Often times, companies and hiring managers face difficulties in getting talented candidates to join them. Figuring out why the recruiting process isn’t working is not always an easy task.
I don't have an excuse. I have a reason. Anonymous21
Modern recruiters and hiring managers constantly come up with new questions to get to know candidates better. They have came up with different questions that most career-centers and online resources have not prepared job-seekers to answer.
So you got a Mac computer from work. If you’re like many Apple-product users, you use iMessage to communicate with others. You probably won’t be able to resist the temptations of logging in to iMessage from your work Mac. It’s just so convenient! Besides, what should you be worried about, iMessage is “secure”, right?
You can live to be a hundred if you give up all the things that make you want to live to be a hundred. Woody Allen(more…) 17
The absence of evidence is not the evidence of absence17
Many people are having difficulties connecting their mobile or desktop clients to HipChat. Atlassian does have a how-to page on how to do accomplish this, but many found it to be quite difficult to understand. Let me make a visual guide on how to connect to HipChat server.
Are you job searching and have an interview coming up? Congratulations. In my previous article, I’ve shared few tips on how interviewers can make the most out of the interview process. In this article, I’d like to share tips for interviewees (job seekers): how to increase your chance of impressing your interviewers.
DNSPerf: DNS Providers Performance Comparison19
In 2011 the XKCD web comic series published a comic about password strength. Many people are still skeptical about whether or not this is true. So, let’s do some math!
Highlights Caught up with the Cloudflare team. Met the team (including the founder) of ScyllaDB Discovered Sysdig – monitoring tool for Docker Discovered Scalyr – log management solution, an alternative to SumoLogic and Loggly. See you all next year!
As I mentioned in my previous post, I use Gitlab to store nearly all of my source code. Including my Docker image repositories. I maintain my own Docker Image that I use to run my Gitlab CI build commands (it has the AWS CLI, NodeJS, and few other things).
Artificial Intelligence (“AI”) is a hot topic. AI companies are popping up like never before. All AI developers have one common goal: to impersonate human’s intelligence using computer software. Many of them produce AI products in the form of chatbots. So, how do chatbots work? Let’s walk through the different components that chatbots use to understand, process, and respond to your messages.
I use Gitlab to store nearly all of my source code. One of the features that I love about Gitlab is Gitlab CI, the built-in, fully integrated CI/CD feature. One very handy feature worth mentioning is that you specify different Docker image for each stage of the build.
Quick Start/Essentials # let’s say your Dokku server is set to run with example.com as its hostname # create new app called “helloworld” – repeat for each app dokku apps:create helloworld # by default (if Dokku is running on virtual host mode) Dokku will setup helloworld.example.com # to add an additional domain: helloworld2.com # to the […]