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  • Dealing With Recruiters - Why Don't They Actually Read My Profile Or Resume

    This morning while checking my LinkedIn messages, I replied to one of these messages from a recruiter and sure enough, it is in Bellevue, Washington for a position at Expedia.
  • Choose One: Job or Career

    In this article we will learn about your career. A career is a crucial part of our life. The biggest difference between a job and a career is that a job is what you work at to make money, whereas a ca
  • Essentials for software developer or any computer job

    A couple of abilities are essential to any software developer. It is compulsory to get those ones right to prosper on the job without degenerating your health.
  • Top 10 Jobs In The USA For 2019

    Here is a list of most in-demand and most paying jobs in the USA.
  • How To Start Programming | A Step-by-Step Tutorial

    This video talks about the programming pathway every college student should follow to start programming!
  • Skills Needed For Data Scientist And Data Analyst Roles

    This video describes the differences between the Data Scientist and Data Analyst roles. Also, we will talk about the skills needed for this role.
  • How And Where To Learn Microsoft Technologies For Free

    This video is especially for college and university students who want to know about different Microsoft Technologies and how they can learn these technologies for free. I hope you all will like this v
  • Memoirs Of A Developer

    Memoirs of a developer, a short story of my career.
  • I Don’t Know

    I'm writing this post to let you know that it's completely fine to not know something, and often, a simple "I don't know" can make everyone's lives, including your own, much,
  • Priorities Of A Passionate Developer

    Anyone that has been around me knows that I'm quite passionate about my craft, and if you are reading this, you probably have a bit of that inside you as well.
  • Software Soup

    It's interesting how the two: parenthood and development, might intersect a bit more in unusual ways than one might think. a few nights back when I was reading a bedtime story with my son entitled
  • How Many Software Developers Are There In The World?

    Do you wonder how many software developers there are in the world? Here is a breakdown of all IT personnel in the world.
  • My Recommendations For Becoming Microsoft MVP

    My personal tips for becoming a Microsoft MVP. In this post we will see methods and ways of becoming an MVP for Microsoft.
  • Five New Year's Resolution Ideas For Techies

    This is the right time to reflect on your previous year and start a new beginning. Make new resolutions that can improve your life, career, and knowledge. These are 5 resolutions I think will make you
  • Write Something, Anything To Start And Enhance Your Career

    One of the questions I get asked a lot is, “How do I get a job?”. The answer is that you need experience. But, how do you get experience if you don’t have a job yet? My answer is, write an app or webs
  • Finding Your Way In the C# Corner Community And Becoming A Better Member

    It’s been a year since I joined C# Corner and I still enjoy being here. I’ve decided to write this article highlighting some tips and guidance on finding your way in this community and becoming a bett
  • How To Become A Technical Writer

    This article talks about the process of writing a technical book, including how to start and what it takes to make it a successful book.
  • Average IT Professional Salaries Around The World

    What is the average salary of an IT professional. Here I am listing Top 10 highest paid cities in the US and Top 10 highest paid companies in India.
  • Why Every Developer Should Write

    You can be a great developer, but if you do not share your expertise with anybody, nobody will know about you. That said, you need to come out of your cave and show the world what you've got. Unle
  • How To Prepare Yourself For Your Next Job. Simple Steps.

    I started my first consulting job in 2002 and since then I’ve never had a situation when my next job is not already lined up. I always have jobs waiting for me. This is something you can learn from me
  • Knowing When to Leave Your Programming Job - Part II

    In the previous article we looked at several rationals people use to stay in a dead end .NET programming position. In this article we will explore signals in your current position you should not igno
  • Why Developers Should Write And Market Themselves

    Developers are not known for writing, no matter if it is an article, blog, or documentation. But some of us actually do. Those of us who do write, actually can grow much faster than the ones who do n
  • How To Drive More Traffic To Your Blog

    Do you want to increase your blog traffic? Here are some tips on how to get more traffic to your blog and increase your reader engagement and retention.
  • Confrontation With Success

    Workspace confrontation with your boss, subordinates, or co-workers is common and many of us shy away from it. In this video, leadership coach and expert, Lou Troilo talks about the confrontation in w
  • Dealing With Recruiters Tip - Don't Play Games When Contacting Us

    I have been using recruiters for a long time to help me find a new opportunity. For the ones I don't have a relationship with... please stop playing games when sending us an email about a "gr
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