As employers increasingly opt to select new hires from among their pools of former interns, college students must be ever more mindful of how they conduct themselves both in and out of the workplace.
A career expert compiled a helpful list of eight things that interns can do to increase their odds of being hired by companies where they completed internships. Continue reading
Computer related courses are among the top courses today where graduates have a high chance of landing a job. A fact which surprises no one, for – well, just look around. All those movies back then about how the future will look have already been fleshed out in the real world. Most of it. Continue reading
Open source software is barreling down the hill with no intention of stopping. If you’re working for a tech company or own one yourself, you may have noticed that open source software is quickly becoming the standard default base for software development. Continue reading
The days of proprietary software and all the glory of the big software giants like Microsoft and IBM may slowly be fading away. Although they won’t disappear tomorrow, there’s a new game in town and businesses are starting to see the value moving their way. Well, okay, they aren’t exactly “new”, but open source vendors and solution providers are starting to get the attention they deserve from the enterprise. Continue reading
Open source software has made a lot of contribution to numerous fields. And one aspect that has gained a lot of benefits is the business world. Businesses have truly never had a one-size fits-all game plan. Business owners have been tweaking and tuning their strategic approach to suit the constant change happening in the market. And it’s this flexibility and ever-changing nature of the business craft that open source software has found a place in the business world. Continue reading
Creativity and flexibility are the backbone of the open source concept. For developers, programming becomes a community effort in order to transform any software to be virtually free of loopholes. It is the “connectedness” that makes the software better and more efficient. Thus, it is not one expert improving the technical knowledge but he seeks great contributions from other experts who can improve any open source creation to become more valuable to people as it evolves over time. Continue reading