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The Weirdness of Microsoft Garage Back in the day, Microsoft employees had to hide their iPhones, lest senior management see them toting a competitor’s device.... continue...
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Intel’s CEO Thinks 3 Things Limit Your Career Intel CEO Brian Krzanich, who took the top post at the chip-maker in 2013, sat down recently with Oregon Live... continue...
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Check Out This Real-Life Hoverboard Remember the hoverboard from Back to the Future II? Of course you do—it’s the one thing from the movie’s future... continue...

Daily Tip: Your Email Has a Delete Button

Posted In Living in Tech
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Sometimes it’s good to let go. Thanks to the inexpensiveness of cloud-based storage, anybody can keep a decade’s worth of email without worrying about whether they’ll have to delete some of it to make room for more. And people do store everything—sometimes to their detriment. How many times have you keyword-searched your email for a particular message, only to surface a dozen or hundred emails that had little relevance? While going back and nuking thousands of ancient emails would probably… continue…

Sample Resume: Senior Information Architect

Posted In Looking in Tech
Keisha Reynolds 123 Any St. Milwaukee, Wisc. ♦ kreynolds@email.com ♦ 000.555.1212 ♦ LinkedIn ♦ Twitter ♦ IASAprofile Senior Information Architect Leader. Strategist. Designer. Master designer with an enterprise perspective offering more than five years’ of success developing and implementing architectural concepts, strategies, roadmaps, patterns, frameworks, principles and recommended practices. Expert data warehouse designer and configuration manager. Known for spearheading process improvements and architectural techniques involving ERP systems resulting in productivity and profit gains and increased customer satisfaction.  Led the redesign… continue…

Are Database Administrators Doomed?

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Just about everyone agrees these days that there is more data to manage than ever. The topic on which nobody seems to agree is who needs to manage it, or to what degree it might actually need to be managed. Traditionally, database administrators (also known as DBAs) have been at the center of the data-management universe: There was always a need to have someone optimize the performance of applications by making sure data was well structured. But with the rise… continue…

Daily Tip: Clean Desk, Clean Mind

Posted In Working in Tech
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People spend lots of time keeping their virtual desktops clean and their email boxes as empty as possible—but what about their real-world space? While some of your colleagues and friends are very good at maintaining a rigorously spare work environment, you doubtlessly know more than a few whose desks are total disaster zones. Upload Your ResumeEmployers want candidates like you. Upload your resume. Show them you’re awesome. Disorganization can slow you down, result in losing vital documents, and make you… continue…

Microsoft Smartwatch Imminent: Report

Posted In Living in Tech
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Microsoft is the latest tech company attempting to beat Apple to the market with a “smartwatch,” according to Forbes. The magazine’s anonymous sources suggest that Microsoft will launch a “smartwatch” at some unannounced point in the next few weeks. The software will reportedly integrate with Google Android smartphones and iPhones in addition to Windows Phones, which is probably for the best considering Microsoft’s share of the smartphone market remains negligible. According to the Forbes report, the hardware may measure the… continue…

Google’s Ex-CEO on Building a Strong Company

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As part of the effort to promote their new business-management book, How Google Works, former Google CEO Eric Schmidt and former SVP of Product Jonathan Rosenberg put together a huge slide-deck—complete with cute cartoon illustrations—that shows how to build a company in this tech-empowered age. They shared that deck with Business Insider, which printed it in its 54-slide entirety. While those slides provide only a quick overview into the thinking processes that underlie the creation of a company, they do contain… continue…

Daily Tip: End the Day With a ‘To Do’ List

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Lots of us keep ‘To Do’ lists, and rely on them as a way to organize our activities throughout the day. Often the creation of these lists is a somewhat slapdash affair—when you realize the need to do something, you jot a note about it in your notebook or phone. That inevitably leads to forgetting things. The solution? Consider setting aside some time at the end of every workday to reflect on everything you did, and use those reflections to… continue…