Recruiting in the tech skills gap

These days it takes more than a ping pong table and free food in the office to attract the best coders and digital engineers.

From Pakistan To Y Combinator, Gradberry Vets Technical Talent

Gradberry is launching today out of Y Combinator to connect companies with vetted technical talent. Candidates quickly build a talent profile, connecting their GitHub, online portfolios and projects, and LinkedIn account.

Prioritizing Diversity In 2015

At a recent forum on diversity in tech, Google’s Director of Global Diversity Talent & Inclusion, Yolanda Mangolini, explained that it is incredibly hard to move the needle on diversity by even 1% at Google’s size. In a blog post on how to recruit more women into tech companies,

How Today’s Tech Will Shape Tomorrow’s Job Interview

New technologies continue to change every facet of the way we do business, including how we identify, recruit, and hire the best people. Thanks to the latest tech innovations,

Technology sector still plagued by sexism: Less than half of workers would report an incident

A shamefully high proportion of women working in the technology sector have either witnessed or experienced sexism in the workplace, according to a new survey released by Crunch. Read more: http://www.itproportal.

Technology still plagued by sexism: Less than half of workers would report a sexist incident

A shamefully high proportion of women working in the technology sector have either witnessed or experienced sexism in the workplace, according to a new survey released by Crunch. Read more: http://www.itproportal.

How To Hire Female Engineers

“I’m worried about my company becoming too dude-ish,” the founder said. “How do I hire more women engineers?” I gladly took that call. A leader’s job is to build the team with as few blind spots as possible (“diverse by construction”), then guide them to their potential.

Universities Are Schooling Tech Companies In Video

It’s no secret that the ivory towers of academia don’t get much respect from the tech industry. It’s become conventional wisdom that Computer Science degrees are out of date before graduates enter the workforce,

Software Is Eating The Job Market

According to the Labor Department, the U.S. economy is amidst the strongest stretch in corporate hiring since 1997. Given the rapidly escalating competition for talent, it is important for employers, job seekers,

You Just Raised $10 Million. Now What?

There are few feelings more intoxicating than raising millions of dollars from a well-known VC. The cash gives you power to exercise control by expanding your team, buttoning up your premises and further experimenting with both online and offline/brand campaigns.

Welcome To The Unicorn Club, 2015: Learning From Billion-Dollar Companies

It’s been over a year since we wrote our original post sharing our analysis of the last decade’s most successful U.S.-based, venture-backed tech companies. In that piece we focused on the many entrepreneurs and investors who seek to build big,

Oracle slammed for underpaying women and minorities

Company alledgedly saved $400 million by paying women and people of colour less.

UK schools unequipped to teach a digital future

Teachers believe technology helps with learning, but many don't feel confident using it

McAfee finds entirely new ransomware strain

Anatova is asking for DASH.

Over half of PC software is out-of-date

In many cases, the operating system itself is outdated.

Universities lead the way in public sector cloud adoption

Educational institutions are enjoying the scalability and agility cloud provides.

2018 hacks indicate importance of threat detection

Companies continue to fail to detect anomalous network activity, but it’s not often this kind of activity has been going on for so long without being flagged.

Why a ‘single-pane’ work experience is critical for enterprise success

Less is more when it comes to employee engagement, which is why businesses should consider implementing strategies that pull disparate systems into one destination.

How artificial intelligence in hotel systems can remodel the hospitality business

Using AI’s inherent capability along with predictive analytics and natural language processing, the entire information management system is getting synchronised and highly optimised to deliver exceptional customer service.

Cloud computing is the UK's top digital transformation tool

For IT pros in the UK, investment in cloud and hybrid IT is of the utmost priority.

Rewriting the code for ethics in software development

It is time for developers to consider the ethical obligations of their code.

Nokia Lumia 630 press render leaked, shows off Windows Phone with soft keys

The upcoming Nokia Lumia 630, codename Moneypenny, has been revealed in an leaked press render, thanks to @evleaks. As you can see from the leaked image, there are on-screen buttons (or soft keys), which is a low-end feature that is expected with Windows Phone 8.1.



YoVille Renamed YoWorld And Officially Acquired From Zynga By Big Viking Games

YoVillians rejoice; your kingdom is saved. Players of the social virtual world game will be excited to hear that their play can continue as YoVille, which was acquired by Zynga a few years ago, will not be shuttered as planned. Instead, it is now the wholly owned property of London,

Steve Wozniak treats Samsung Galaxy Gear like a mouldy Apple core

Apple’s co-founder was not impressed by the wristband and hopes that the Cupertino-based firm will be the first to release a device that takes the market by storm.Read more:

There's No Wrong Way to Shoot a Reese's With a High-Speed Camera

Using a slight variation on the famous high-speed camera set-up by Doc Edgerton, the Edgerton Center at MIT shot a .22 caliber rifle through three peanut butter cups and captured this perfect image. Three peanut butter cups were harmed in the photographing of this photograph. [MIT]Read more...

The new way to ship products and avoid the nasty Australia Tax

Good news, shoppers. Australia Post has just given us a way to avoid the Australia Tax.Yep, the national postal service is on our side. They are helping Australians everywhere avoid that nasty, nasty extra percentage slammed on top of so many products bought locallySee also:

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Skype will crash if you send this 8-character message to your friends or family

A serious Skype bug has been discovered, affecting Skype for Windows desktop, as well as the iOS and Android apps. Fortunately, this bug leaves the Mac app and Windows Store app unaffected. When receiving a particular 8-character message, the Skype app will crash.

Beats 音箱或起火,苹果急召回 | 爱范早读

1. 苹果召回 20 余万蓝牙音箱。苹果公司称其将召回某些 Beats Pill XL 便携式无线扬声器,原因是其存在因电池过热而起火的风险。 2. ISS 建议 Google 股东重选 3 名董事。

Minecraft on Windows 10 will come with Achievements

When they were first introduced by Microsoft, it was impossible to tell just what a big impact Achievements, the gamerscore rewards you get for completing certain activities when connected to Xbox Live,  would have on the way we play. Now,

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