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Better With Age -- The Evolution Of Colorado’s Startup Culture

Posted on September 30, 2021 by BWBacon.

When making career decisions, tech professionals are often faced with two potential paths within the greater tech industry. The first is to support an enterprise, and benefit from the established culture, infrastructure, and processes. The second is to join a startup, which offers its own pros and […]

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7 Surefire Ways To Stand Out When Starting A Fully Remote Job

Posted on August 16, 2021 by BWBacon.

When starting a position remotely, it can be challenging to learn the ropes and gain recognition from afar. Fortunately, professionals who are virtually onboarding can take several different approaches to ensure they make a good impression while still being physically isolated from their new team.

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Leveling Up Your Career? How To Manage Opportunities As A Software Engineer

Posted on July 27, 2021 by BWBacon.

If you haven’t seen Yes Man with Jim Carey, the movie leans on the hyperbole of what would happen if someone said yes to absolutely everything. The main character, Carl, is convinced that saying yes to every opportunity is the only way to make his life better, but as he learns later on, saying yes […]

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Up For Your Dream Job? Here's Why You Shouldn't Skip On Interview Prep

Posted on July 8, 2021 by BWBacon.

When interviewing for high level tech roles, there are intertwining elements that contribute to the success or flop of that interview. As talent professionals, if we had to identify one of the biggest hurdles in getting from point A to point B, it’s having candidates genuinely invest in the interview […]

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The Evolution of Interview Etiquette Impacts Tech Hiring Today

Posted on June 23, 2021 by BWBacon.

If we looked into interview tips from the 1950s, we’d be sure to find some questionable and outdated material on what good interview etiquette looked like at the time. Over time, interviewing has shifted in terms of what’s expected of interviewers and interviewees alike.

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