Ever wondered what the ideal developer candidate looks like? Read further for insight by Adam Bennett, Senior Android Engineer at Cuvva and Former Android Lead at Blockchain.
Working on a web development project can be tough. Still, it becomes absolute hell if you are dealing with a demanding boss. They keep piling extra burdens on you to meet their unreasonable expectations. Some of these demands may be downright extreme or totally irrelevant to the success of the project.
To help our Android developers pick up those jobs that motivate them the most, we spoke to tech recruiters to gain deep and genuine insights into what they’re really looking for. These questions cover a range of sought-after topics covering anything from technical interview questions to the essential soft skills recruiters are checking for.
...and how to prepare!
If you are going to spend 40 hours per week, and the majority of your conscious life, at work, you might as well make the most of it! Here’s some insight into ensuring that you are squeezing as much of the good stuff out of it as possible.
...and the 15 commitments!
What to include and how to structure it.
Points to consider when negotiating a fair salary.
Getting the most out of a career is any professional’s dream. Yet how often do most people call it quits before having tasted career success, or continue down a career path they are unsatisfied with?
As a professional, you're probably familiar with the so-called Peter Principle, which holds that employees are promoted based on their performance in their current position, not on their potential to excel in a new job. In your career as a junior developer, chances are that you may be promoted to become a manager once your employer feels you've turned all the stones in your current role. Read more on how to approach this.