I love how things happen. First, I ask for feedback on the blog Facebook page about what types of posts people would like to see. Someone asks for more career advice for senior level people, and then two other blog posts appear that make my job a lot easier. There are a lot of topics… Read More As A Software Engineer, Do You Really Like Your Job?
As a blogger about everything software development related, I write a good amount about career advice. Most people probably think that these posts are just summaries of information from other sites regurgitated for my own pageviews. That is far from the truth. In addition, when people write advice about certain things they may not follow… Read More Your Life Online Could Affect Your Job Search Redux
Over the course of my 15-year career I have found some things that I liked about jobs and other things that I did not like. It has taken me a while to figure things out, but most people will have one type of job and company that “fits”. Of course, the logical question to ask… Read More Finding A Job That Fits
As we continue to publish about our lives on social networks and other social services like Foursquare or Gowalla, the question about how this affects a job search will continue to appear. A recent blog post comes from Allen Stern of CenterNetworks that specifically talks about social location or check-in services. Again, the issue of… Read More Your Life Online Could Affect Your Job Search
It was over a year ago when I posted my 7 Resume Tips for a Software Developer. The tips are basic and probably apply to more than just software developers: The first page of the resume is like the cover of a book. “Objectives” paragraphs are useless. Communication preferences are very important. In your experience,… Read More Tips For Finding Your Next Software Development Job