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You found the technology job of your dreams; sent the company your résumé, and they called you in for an interview. Unfortunately, despite your best intentions, you simply blew the opportunity; stumbling over answers and not really giving the organization a good impression of your capabilities. Now what? Do you ask for a second chance… Read more »

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Searching – and applying – for technology positions online continues to revolutionize the hiring process. You are able to streamline your efforts and reach out to IT companies with a simple click of a button on a website. Unfortunately, this doesn’t mean any of those hiring managers are going to contact you about scheduling an… Read more »

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The one-on-one interview remains the most important – and the most stressful – aspect of any technology job search. Even with good preparation, including significant research and a few practice sessions, sometimes things just go poorly. An awful performance at the start of an interview doesn’t mean your chances at a second meeting or even… Read more »

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An accomplishment-focused resume helps to first attract the eyes of a hiring manager, but your interview performance remains the most important part of any job search. This “golden rule” applies in all industries, but it’s especially relevant in the competitive world of technology. No matter your skill set and professional experience, if the interview goes… Read more »