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The world's largest professional social network bought an established purveyor of job training videos for $1.5 billion. Here's why the tech crowd should pay attention.
School may have prepared you to administer a network like a pro, but it may not have taught you how to interview like a pro. Here are some missteps you should watch out for.
Three data center gurus, whose resumes include jobs at Facebook, Google, and Practice Fusion, started Coolan to develop software that uses crowdsourced data to predict server outag...
Social networking field has seen a steep increase due to new upcoming apps in the market day-by-day but compared to that professional networking is still unchallenged. Most of the ...
Extreme Network's Vala Afshar tells TechRepublic about his year and a half career in marketing, his background in engineering, and why the resume is dead.
A data artist specializes in data visualizations, infographics, and other ways to graphically communicate data. Here are tips on hiring a data artist that's a good fit with your te...
School's over. Before blasting your resume into every accepting inbox, make sure it's sharp enough to earn you an answer.
General Electric is looking to students, entrepreneurs, and makers to co-create the products of the future. We look at what it means for the contributors.
Job hunters are turning to video resumes to stand out from the crowd. We have some tips on how to use a video resume to land a job, and avoid becoming an office joke.
By marrying online tech classes with local volunteer mentors, a new program in Louisville, Kentucky is reshaping the way professionals can get retrained for the next tech jobs.