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How to Snag That CTO Job Chief technology officers (CTOs) need a mix of technical and strategic skills to perform effectively in the C-suite. But more... continue...
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Cognex Stresses Engineering Ability, Cultural Fit Cognex Corporation is a manufacturer of machine vision systems, the software and sensors used in automated manufacturing. The company is... continue...
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Top Tech Degrees for 2015 (and Beyond) Technology degree programs of all types may enjoy booming enrollments these days, but which diplomas are the most useful for... continue...

Sample Resume: Embedded Software and Robotics Engineer

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Raul Sanchez rsanchez@email.com 123 Any St.000.555.1212 Indianapolis, Ind. 00000www.Robotman.com LinkedIn ♦ Facebook ♦ Collaborator ♦ Robotman Blog ♦ Twitter Embedded Software and Robotics Engineering Professional Futuristic engineer and bona fide expert in embedded software and architecture looking to fuel my fervent passion for cutting edge technology by developing next-generation robotic systems and creating tight, bug free software and code on a contract basis. Experience researching, designing, developing, testing, debugging and optimizing robotic systems in companies serving the automotive and manufacturing… continue…

The Fastest-Growing Tech Skills: Dice Report

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Employment for technology professionals continues to thrive, yet this rising tide of job opportunities for tech pros has not lifted the prospects for all skill sets equally. So which technology skills have ridden the wave to the biggest increases over the past year? Let’s dive into the nearly 80,000 jobs posted on Dice on any given day to find the Top 10 big movers year-over-year, skills-wise, based on mentions in job postings: Puppet – The open source IT automation tool of… continue…

Skills All Front-End Developers Must Have

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Front-end developers go by many names. They are sometimes called front-end engineers, Web developers, UI engineers or even Web designers. While the titles vary, the things they do are the same. Their focus is on building the interactive part of the website that users see and touch. (Well, the part they touch through their screens, anyways.) Are you an engineer with serious design skills? Do you care about how things look as well as how they work? Are you passionate… continue…

How a Startup Can Ruin Your Life

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Over on Medium, Ali Mese has some words of advice for anyone thinking of abandoning a regular job for the startup life: be prepared. Be very, very prepared. Click here to find a tech job at a startup. Once upon a time, Mese was a corporate consultant for a global firm, raking in enormous amounts of cash and jetting around the world. But the constant grind of that lifestyle didn’t sit well with him, so he decided to become the… continue…

Best Practices for Selling B2B Tech Solutions

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By John White Throughout my career, I’ve sold Big Data, software, hardware, GPS, cloud services, mobile applications, and a host of other types of productivity-enhancing technology solutions into SMB, mid-market, and enterprise. Along the way, I’ve developed some best practices that have enabled me to be more effective in my approach. Here are four techniques I’ve used that will help you sell technology and close more deals: Utilize Social Media First Long before meetings occur with C-level decision makers, you… continue…

Setting Quality Requirements With ‘Planguage’

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Everyone wants software that is user-friendly, robust, fast, and secure. Everyone also agrees that a failure to establish the right requirements often prevents software from fulfilling that wish. Business analysts often end up writing fuzzy requirements for developers and testers because they haven’t explored the users’ needs to sufficient depth. Details go missing in conversations; feature requests are left vague. And the problem with vague quality requirements, of course, is that you can’t verify or test them; they’re no better… continue…

Things Just Got Way Harder for the Next Pebble

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Wearable electronics, long the subject of considerable hype from the tech press, now seem on the verge of entering the mainstream. Samsung, Apple, Google, Motorola, and other tech giants all want consumers to strap a “smart watch” to their wrist; Google continues to push Google Glass, its augmented-reality headset; and Facebook bet $2 billion that Oculus Rift, its latest acquisition, can guide the future of virtual reality. Wearable electronics becoming the Next Big Thing could present loads of opportunities to… continue…