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Monthly Archives: July 2015

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    A big Thank you!

    Skillfinder International had their first Annual Summer BBQ at the Montague Hotel last night, in Russell Square. Darren Hall and Grant Brummer know that to have a strong working team, we must be able to bond outside of work, outside of office hours. Not only were our team at the event, but we also had […]

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    Tips on how you can establish yourself in the office environment

    In order to succeed in the workplace, you need to know how to bring your ideas to fruition. Unless you understand who the key influencers are in your office, even your best ideas won’t receive the recognition they deserve. The patterns of influence in most offices don’t follow the lines of the formal org chart, […]

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    Exercise can supercharge your productivity at work!

    Starbucks President Michelle Gass wakes up at 4:30 a.m. every morning to run. Vogue editor Anna Wintour is on the tennis court by 6:00 a.m. every morning before work. Richard Branson, founder of Virgin Group, frequently starts his day with a morning run. What do these highly successful people know that we need to know? […]

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    Project Management Tips for Managing Expectations

    Keeping projects on track — especially in the face of constant change requests and additions — is a project manager’s greatest challenge. And when project managers don’t properly set expectations from the start — with senior management, the client or their team — and don’t have a strategy in place for dealing with scope creep […]

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    What makes the good business analysts the best at what they do?

    What separates a mediocre business analyst from a good one? Based on my experience as a BA and a manager of BAs, here are the qualities that good business analysts have – meaning that these BAs are appreciated by stakeholders, coveted by recruiters and hiring managers, and have a wide variety of career options open […]

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    One million UK children to get free BBC Micro Bit designed by Technology Will Save Us

    Every 11-year-old child in the UK is to be given a programmable pocket-sized device designed by Technology Will Save Us to help them express their creativity through technology (+ slideshow). One million BBC Micro Bit devices, which are about the size of a credit card, will be distributed via schools around the country. Bethany Koby, founder […]

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    How to become a Software Engineer

    The adventure of computers spawned the study of computer science, and ultimately its applications in society in the form of software engineering. Software engineering, like many other engineering jobs, require a specific skill set that can be developed over time. The roles and capacities a software engineer may fulfill vary between companies, but this article […]

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    Software Testing Interview Questions and Answers

    In this post, we will look at some common Software Testing Interview Questions that you may be asked when you attend a Software Testing Interview. The answers to the interview questions is for guidance only. You may want to expand on the answers at the interview if you are asked any of these Software Testing […]

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