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20 Questions To Ask Before Joining A Startup
When I first joined a startup in 2012 I did my best to ask the right questions when interviewing. My engineering background prepared me for engineering tasks and helped me write a resume, but it didn’t prepare me well for how to evaluate a startup offer. While this might be obvious to some, this is what I wish I knew when trying to break into the startup scene.
career  entrepreneurship  jobs  startup  startups  interview 
16 days ago by danesparza
What I say to people who are looking for a job — Greg Kamradt
After I got my new role, I did a video explaining my process on how to get a job. Today, a lot of people have questions about their journey as they try and navigate a new career for themselves. Most questions follow the same format. Here are my responses to the most common:
career  jobs  help  search 
5 weeks ago by danesparza
The Key to Becoming a Software Consultant - DaedTech
Recently, I made an idle threat on Twitter (shown below).  I was thinking of creating some content along the lines of how to go from being a software developer to a software consultant.  People ask me about this all the time, and it makes for an interesting subject.  I was also flattered and encouraged by the enthusiastic response to the tweet.
business  jobs  consulting  startup  startups  howto 
8 weeks ago by danesparza
Long Commutes May be Hazardous to Health
The study found that people who drove longer distances to work reported less frequent participation in moderate to vigorous physical activity and decreased CRF, and had greater BMI, waist circumference, and blood pressure. The association remained when physical activity and CRF were adjusted for, although to a lesser degree for BMI and waist circumference. Those who commuted more than 15 miles to work were less likely to meet recommendations for moderate to vigorous physical activity, and had a higher likelihood of obesity. Commuting distances greater than 10 miles were associated with high blood pressure.
jobs  health 
november 2017 by danesparza
How do I find a remote job? Part 1 — Deekit
At Deekit all of our team can work remotely if they want, and we love it! It puts them in control of where they will be most productive. You find all types of people in this roles and although remote work has certain challenges, the pros outweigh the cons for most. The positions are out there, if you know where to look. So here’s our top tips for finding the remote job of your dreams!
career  jobs  remote 
august 2017 by danesparza
I Built A Bot To Apply To Thousands Of Jobs At Once–Here’s What I Learned | Fast Company
So where has this left me, aside from somewhat disheartened? Well, for one thing, it leaves me a little bit wiser. As my faith in the front-facing application process eroded into near oblivion, I learned three lessons by robotically applying to thousands of jobs: It’s not how you apply, it’s who you know. And if you don’t know someone, don’t bother. Companies are trying to fill a position with minimal risk, not discover someone who breaks the mold. The number of jobs you apply to has no correlation to whether you’ll be considered, and you won’t be considered for jobs you don’t get the chance to apply to.
hiring  jobs  analysis  automation  article 
march 2017 by danesparza
Cover Letters Are Dead: Do This Instead | Fast Company
“Recruiters who get cover letters say they ignore them. Instead, they want to get to the meat of someone’s background by diving into the resume.”
business  jobs  marketing  resume  analysis 
march 2017 by danesparza
“What’s your current salary?” is a trap interview question—How to answer it | Fearless Salary Negotiation
What should you say when asked for your current salary or expected salary in a job interview? This will usually come up in the “pre-interview” or “pre-screen”, which is right at the beginning of the interview process. That’s why it’s such a sneaky question! It’s a salary negotiation tactic disguised as a gatekeeper-type interview question.
career  jobs  salary  interview 
february 2017 by danesparza
Don’t Get Attached, It’s Just Luck – Medium
I’ve recently finished my rounds of interviewing for a new job. I applied to dozens, interviewed with about a dozen companies, and accepted 1 job, I guess that makes me qualified to write a blog post about it now. This may not be for the really experienced developer who can walk in and skip the white board or online collab editor. This is for someone who is junior or just out of the junior to experienced level.
jobs  interview  development  analysis 
november 2016 by danesparza
Silicon Shire
The Silicon Shire is home to a vibrant and growing technology community. Located in the southern Willamette Valley, the Silicon Shire encompasses the Eugene-Springfield metropolitan area. With a “University town feel,” outdoor-oriented community, and a rich talent pool fed by two universities, the Silicon Shire is a great place to live, work and play. The Silicon Shire offers technology businesses of all kinds the supportive infrastructure to build and grow their business along with the desirable quality of life to attract and retain great talent.
jobs  oregon 
november 2016 by danesparza
6 things to ask when interview for a remote job — Medium
So how do you interview for these dream remote positions? Let’s take a look at some guidelines and questions that you can ask a potential remote employer.
jobs  remote  guide  interview 
march 2016 by danesparza
The Smartest Cities in America for Every Subject - CityLab
But where exactly are these super-brains located? To get at this, my Martin Prosperity Institute (MPI) colleague Karen King used data from the 2011-2013 American Community Survey to identify the geography of the extremely highly educated across all 381 U.S. metros. MPI’s Isabel Ritchie made the maps, and we separated out the results for large metros with over one million people.
analysis  statistics  data  jobs 
december 2015 by danesparza
Best Sources To Find A Remote Job As A Software Developer
For my latest side project Remote Work Newsletter, I’ve recently been hunting the web for the best sources to find remote jobs for software developers. I was looking for job boards that had both a high quantity and high quality of job listings. Here is a list of what I think are the best sites on the web to find remote work.
consulting  jobs  remote  search 
march 2015 by danesparza
My Resume Is Fiction — Chris Baglieri
And in it's perfect state, wrought with lies, I think about what steps I can take in the coming year to make it less fiction and more non-fiction.
resume  jobs  career  advice 
january 2015 by danesparza
This is why you never end up hiring good developers - Quartz
You are bad at giving technical interviews. Yes, you. You’re looking for the wrong skills, hiring the wrong people, and actively screwing yourself and your company. Without changing anything about your applicant pool, you can hire different people and your company will do better and you will enjoy your job more.
career  hiring  interview  management  development  programming  engineering  jobs 
september 2014 by danesparza
Top Companies in the Atlanta Metro Area on the Inc. 5000 | Inc.com
Top Companies in the Atlanta Metro Area on the 2012 Inc. 5000
jobs 
november 2012 by danesparza
Dodd's Blog | How My Side Project Generated Sales and 66,000 Unique Vistors in 1 Month
At the end of February, I launched a side project, Loft Resumes, with a friend of mine, Emory Cash. Our tagline is “Style-Conscious Resumes for the Standout Job Seeker.” As you can tell from the Google Analytics screenshot below, from the time that we first tweeted about it on February 21st to mid-day March 31st, we’ve received over 81,000 visits (over 66,000 of them uniques,) and over 209,000 page views. We’re pleased. We’re even more pleased that it’s generated enough sales that we’re working like crazy every day to fulfill them.
jobs  service  startup  analysis 
april 2012 by danesparza
Top 50 Inc.500|5000 Companies by Metro Area -- Phoenix-Mesa-Scottsdale, AZ
Top 50 Inc.500|5000 Companies by Metro Area -- Phoenix-Mesa-Scottsdale, AZ
arizona  jobs 
june 2011 by danesparza
Top 100 Inc.500|5000 Companies by Metro Area -- Atlanta-Sandy Springs-Marietta, GA
Top 100 Inc.500|5000 Companies by Metro Area -- Atlanta-Sandy Springs-Marietta, GA
jobs  georgia 
june 2011 by danesparza
Gearman
There are a few options when it comes to choosing a job server and API. Gearman has benefited from many active open source contributors who have each introduced a new project or helped out with an existing one. Some projects are more active than others, each have varying features and performance, but they are all compatible with one another (except for some new protocol additions). If you need help figuring out which option would best suit your needs, get in touch!
jobs  applications  development  queue  worker 
april 2011 by danesparza
Gartner Says the World of Work Will Witness 10 Changes During the Next 10 Years
Organizations will need to determine which of the 10 key changes in the nature of work will affect them, and consider whether radically different technology governance models will be required.
business  career  jobs  management  employment  organization  reference  article  lists 
august 2010 by danesparza
Coding Horror: On Working Remotely
When I first chose my own adventure, I didn't know what working remotely from home was going to be like. I had never done it before. As programmers go, I'm fairly social. Which still means I'm a borderline sociopath by normal standards. All the same, I was worried that I'd go stir-crazy with no division between my work life and my home life.
business  communication  dev  development  jobs  management  office  productivity  programming  project  remote  startup  team 
may 2010 by danesparza
Thoughts on Flash
I wanted to jot down some of our thoughts on Adobe’s Flash products so that customers and critics may better understand why we do not allow Flash on iPhones, iPods and iPads. Adobe has characterized our decision as being primarily business driven – they say we want to protect our App Store – but in reality it is based on technology issues. Adobe claims that we are a closed system, and that Flash is open, but in fact the opposite is true. Let me explain.
adobe  apple  flash  mobile  iphone  mac  jobs  html5  ipad  stevejobs 
april 2010 by danesparza
How to Write a Killer Resume, for Software Engineers
In the past few years working as a software engineer for Google (and previously a dev lead at Microsoft), I've screened hundreds of resumes, to make the decision on whether to proceed with the interview process. Some resumes gave off a great impression, and others didn't.
programming  jobs  interview 
september 2009 by danesparza
Hacking a Google Interview
Mastering Programming Interview Questions
programming  employment  mit  google  hack  jobs  interview  career  tips 
august 2009 by danesparza
Outsource to Freelancers, IT Companies, Programmers, Web Designers from India, Russia, USA, and more - oDesk
oDesk is the marketplace for online workteams, with the best business model for both buyers and providers. Our unique approach guarantees to buyers that an hour billed is an hour worked, while guaranteeing to providers that an hour worked is an hour paid.
development  programming  web  webdesign  code  software  design  business  entrepreneurship  jobs 
august 2009 by danesparza
Getting Things Done When You're Only a Grunt - Joel on Software
It can be frustrating when you're working in an organization that scores low on The Joel Test. No matter how good your code is, your coworkers write such bad code that you're embarassed to be associated with the project. Or management is making bad decisions about what code to write, so you're forced to waste your talent debugging the AS/400 version of a retirement-planning game for kids.
development  programming  reference  web  software  design  article  blog  business  blogs  tips  project  management  organization  inspiration  productivity  useful  career  jobs 
may 2009 by danesparza
ProgrammerMeetDesigner - where web developers find web designers
You have found Programmer Meet Designer! This is a site for
programmers
,
web developers
,
designers
,
entrepreneurs
and
writers
to find each other and work together to create websites that look and function great.
webdesign  startups  startup  jobs  exchange  entrepreneurship  career 
october 2008 by danesparza
10 Most Sought-after Skills in Web Development - NETTUTS
In a time of economic crisis, web developers and freelancers everywhere have started chewing their fingernails. However, no matter how bad the economy worsens, there will always be work in certain booming fields of web development.
webdesign  tutorials  web  jobs  framework  programming  skill 
october 2008 by danesparza
The Biggest Resume Mistake You Can Make
How can a resume betray a job seeker? It's not just typos or poor formatting. According to Lauren Milligan, founder of ResuMAYDAY, a resume-writing and career coaching firm based near Chicago, "The biggest flaw for a resume is when it fails to showcase a
jobs  career  writing  tips  analysis 
august 2008 by danesparza
WWOOF - Around the World
WWOOF, a world wide network - it started in the UK in 1971, and has since become an international movement that is helping people share more sustainable ways of living.

WWOOF is an exchange - in return for volunteer help WWOOF hosts offer food, accommoda
activism  community  farm  food  free  jobs  travel  manly  education  cool 
june 2008 by danesparza
Glassdoor.com - Company Ratings, Reviews, and Salaries
An inside look at companies from those who know them best.
See company ratings, reviews, and salaries. Membership is free.
business  jobs  reference  service  search  career  employment  salary 
june 2008 by danesparza
Workers shifting to 4-day week to save gasoline | Reuters
CINCINNATI (Reuters) - When Ohio's Kent State University offered custodial staff the option of working four days a week instead of five to cut commuting costs, most jumped at the chance, part of a U.S. trend aimed at combating soaring gasoline prices.
jobs  worker  economics  news  article 
may 2008 by danesparza
The Joel Test: 12 Steps to Better Code - Joel on Software
Have you ever heard of SEMA? It's a fairly esoteric system for measuring how good a software team is. No, wait! Don't follow that link! It will take you about six years just to understand that stuff. So I've come up with my own, highly irresponsible, slop
article  code  development  effectiveness  engineering  guide  howto  ideas  improve  inspiration  interview  jobs  lists  management  organization  performance  programming  reference  software  team  testing  tips  tutorial  usability  test 
march 2008 by danesparza
Brainbench.com
Brainbench's advanced assessment products and services make it easy for you to predict employee success by identifying the best match to the essential aspects of the job. Brainbench offers various assessment products for both employment testing and pre-em
business  computer  free  jobs  portal  programming  technology  testing  cer  certification  training  test  skill  education  internet  online  tech  computers 
march 2008 by danesparza
36 Beautiful Resume Ideas That Work | JobMob
Make your resume stand out by using a beautiful design that most people have never seen before. Here are some terrific resume ideas to inspire you.
business  jobs  reference  tips  inspiration  graphics  design  ideas  writing 
march 2008 by danesparza
Creating A Successful Online Portfolio | How-To | Smashing Magazine
Creating a successful portfolio is easier than you think. Focus on simplicity, ease of use, hitting your objectives, professionally managing the project, and you’ll end up with a successful portfolio. In this article we’ll review 5 pitfalls that commo
art  article  business  design  entrepreneurship  gallery  howto  ideas  magazine  presentation  tips  tutorial  tutorials  web  writing  online  marketing  jobs 
march 2008 by danesparza
The answer to the toughest interview question » Brazen Careerist by Penelope Trunk
There’s a lot of advice on this blog about how to interview: Tell good stories, ask good questions, be a closer. But here’s only one most important thing to remember: when it comes to discussing your potential salary, never give the number first.
article  blog  interview  jobs  money  personal  tips 
february 2008 by danesparza
Twentysomething: Why I regret getting straight A’s in college » Brazen Careerist by Penelope Trunk
By Jon Morrow - I nearly killed myself in college to get straight A’s. Well, almost straight A’s. I graduated with 37 A’s and 3 B’s for a GPA of 3.921. At the time, I thought I was hot stuff. Now I wonder if it wasn’t a waste of time. Let me exp
jobs  school  education 
december 2007 by danesparza
People of the Web - Teen Millionaire
Not so long ago, teen Ashley Qualls lived in a one-bedroom apartment with her mom and sister. But with her computer and savvy business sense she made a better life for all of them.
business  entrepreneurship  startup  money  jobs  web2.0  internet  graphics  news  article 
november 2007 by danesparza
Actuary - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
An actuary is a business professional who deals with the financial impact of risk and uncertainty.
business  finance  jobs  wiki  money  statistics  security  analysis 
october 2007 by danesparza
E-Verify - Department of Homeland Security
E-Verify (formerly known as the Basic Pilot/Employment Eligibility Verification Program) is an Internet based system operated by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) in partnership with the Social Security Administration (SSA) that allows participati
government  security  jobs  law  service  free  immigrant 
october 2007 by danesparza
The Interviewing Cheat Sheet: 100 Resources for Interviewers and Candidates - HR World
With a little preparation and research, you can make interviewing a positive experience; read on to find useful articles and resources that will get you on the fast track to interviewing success.
blog  guide  interview  jobs  tips  tools  howto  lists 
september 2007 by danesparza
http://finance.yahoo.com/expert/article/careerist/39593
It's telling that some of the most popular blogs focus on productivity. I learned this when I interviewed productivity gurus about their best time-management tips last year. How to get more things done is a hot topic for young people, and one that has see
blogs  finance  jobs  lists  management  money  reference  time  yahoo 
july 2007 by danesparza
Occupational Outlook Handbook
Please enter an occupation you would like to search for
database  statistics  jobs  government  analysis  service  search 
july 2007 by danesparza
What Questions Shouldn't I Ask in an Interview? | Human Resources > Workforce Management from AllBusiness.com
If you've started your own company and are ready to hire employees, keep in mind that there are several questions you shouldn't ask during a job interview, even if your motives are pure. This is because they could make you vulnerable to a charge of discri
jobs  law  reference  government  interview 
april 2007 by danesparza
Federal Laws Prohibiting Job Discrimination: Questions And Answers
Federal Laws Prohibiting Job Discrimination Questions And Answers
jobs  law  rights  lists  reference  government 
april 2007 by danesparza
Top 10 Best / Worst Cities For Software Developer Pay
Where are software developers paid the most? The answer depends on two factors: raw salary and cost of living. When a raw salary is combined with a cost of living index an adjusted salary can be determined. The adjusted salary represents the actual buying
statistics  analysis  programming  finance  money  development  business  jobs 
march 2007 by danesparza
The Phone Screen - Joel on Software
Before moving on to a full-fledged in-person interview, we usually use a phone screen to make sure that we’re not wasting time and money on someone who is just seriously not smart.
jobs  reference  howto  article  blog  interview 
october 2006 by danesparza
Eyestrain and your computer screen: Tips for getting relief - MayoClinic.com
Although not associated with long-term consequences, eyestrain resulting from computer use can be bothersome and uncomfortable — and may cut your work short. Minimize computer-related eyestrain by following these tips.
health  howto  jobs  medical  recommendations  article  analysis  business  computer  computers  guide  display  office  personal  reference  tv  usability  video 
october 2006 by danesparza
What Questions Would You Ask?
The questions you forget to ask when you are interviewing for a job, but wish you'd asked after taking the job.
blog  blogs  interview  jobs  software  programming  reference 
october 2006 by danesparza
Call-in-Sick.com - When you're just too lazy to make that early morning call
With Call-in-Sick you can record your sick message the night before then schedule it to be sent directly to your boss's phone early in the morning without you even getting out of bed!
funny  humor  phone  voip  personal  service  management  office  health  healthcare  worker  jobs 
october 2006 by danesparza
Open Loops: How to Deal With An Irate Person
Many times, during the course of a day, we have to deal with irate people. Whether we are in Customer Service and dealing with angry customers or school administrators dealing with angry parents, handling an irate person and being able to lead them to a m
psychology  business  management  jobs  personal 
september 2006 by danesparza
The 20 tips that got me an IT promotion
I couldn't come up with 25 so we settled on 20. He then tweaked it a little saying that it was too easy to fulfill. Anyway, I took the list and posted it on my cubicle wall. I read that damn thing every morning when I got into the office. To this day, I s
management  jobs  lists  interview  guide  howto  entrepreneurship  business  article  blog  personal 
september 2006 by danesparza
50+ Ways a Manager can get Employees to Quit
A month ago I shared some specific ways to get ahead at work. For me it worked, I got promoted within my IT group and was actually bumped up 2 spots. As I mentioned in that post, I was promoted directly by a VP (my boss' boss), which was unusual. Since th
article  blog  blogs  business  development  jobs  management  psychology 
september 2006 by danesparza
HELLO, my name is BLOG: Lessons learned from a job that sucked
My first job out of college was at a discount furniture warehouse. I hated it. Every day was a perfect combination of boredom, back pain and complaints from frustrated customers. The store was hot in the summer and cold in the winter. Most of my coworkers
article  blog  blogs  business  howto  marketing  psychology  social  jobs 
september 2006 by danesparza
A Field Guide to Developers - Joel on Software
Unfortunately, you can advertise in all the right places, have a fantastic internship program, and interview all you want, but if the great programmers don’t want to work for you, they ain’t gonna come work for you. So this section will serve as a kin
article  business  programming  software  startup  psychology  jobs  office  guide  development 
september 2006 by danesparza
PhotoJournalism: Get stringer gigs
A stringer is an infrequent, paid, freelance contributor to a publication. Unlike professional freelancers, stringers won't make a living with PJ work. Stringers work primarily for clips to get better gigs, or they're so-called "daddy stringers," who cove
photography  news  photos  photo  jobs  finance  money 
july 2006 by danesparza
Spy Media
The San Jose company has since late last year let photographers sell their news photos to media companies or other interested buyers.
community  news  photography  photos  photo  service  search  money  finance  paranoia  security  media  jobs 
july 2006 by danesparza
Resume Design | Resume Management | Resume Improvements | emurse.com
When finding your perfect career , don't leave the most important parts up to chance. Writing a great resume and keeping it up to date is essential. Getting your foot in the door requires an organized approach and maybe even a little bit of networking. Wo
design  free  internet  jobs  storage  web  tools 
july 2006 by danesparza
My eight best negotiation tips - Paul's tips
Negotiation is a part of life we all have to deal with. Being able to do so successfully can make a big difference to our outcomes. Here are eight tips that have helped me.
article  blog  business  finance  howto  interview  jobs  lists  management  money 
june 2006 by danesparza
Rent A Coder - How Software Gets Done
Earn cash with your high tech skills on 1,879 currently open bid requests. Then subscribe to our newsletter and receive daily bid requests from our 56,533 registered buyers.
business  software  technology  jobs  database  development  entrepreneurship  internet  money  programming  service  social  sysadmin  webdesign  code 
june 2006 by danesparza
SEOmoz Blog | Interviewing Web Developers - 20 Good Questions to Ask
SEOmoz has recently been interviewing applicants for a web developer position. Prior to conducting the interview, I wrote up a list of technical questions I wanted to ask. After interviewing, I decided to build upon this list and put together a larger one
2.0  article  blog  business  code  css  design  jobs  tutorial  tutorials  web  webdesign 
may 2006 by danesparza
I Will Teach You To Be Rich: What will you look back at yourself and say?
And what I say to marketers who are stuck selling third-rate widgets in shrinking markets is that they should leave. Because when 10 years from now you're no longer at the company, no one's going to want your explanation that the stuff you marketed for al
marketing  recommendations  help  jobs 
may 2006 by danesparza
Security Clearance Guidelines
The following adjudicative guidelines are established for all U.S. government civilian and military personnel, consultants, contractors ...
security  business  jobs 
march 2006 by danesparza
Getting a Security Clearance (washingtonpost.com)
You are looking through the job postings and you see the job of your dream. It has everything you want but as you read to the end you see that a security clearance is needed. What is a security clearance and how do you apply for one so you can get that dr
security  jobs  business 
march 2006 by danesparza
How to Score a Security Clearance—and a Raise -
Tech workers trusted by Uncle Sam are in high demand. Government contractors, flush with more Homeland Security and Defense Department ...
security  business  jobs 
march 2006 by danesparza

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