You rock in front-end development and you’d like to experience Montreal’s lively atmosphere? Continue Reading “The hottest job of the week: front-end developer in Montreal”
Every year, Stack Overflow releases its annual developer survey. They ask the community of developers and engineers about their coding habits, technology preferences, and employment status. Continue Reading “The most popular technologies used by developers in 2017”
Today, we are focusing on a common phenomenon experienced by travelers and expats: culture shock. Living in a foreign country can sometimes be difficult. Indeed, differences in cultures and habits can make one feel a bit lost and lonely. Culture shock affects people living far from home. It’s a feeling of personal disorientation when experiencing a new and unfamiliar way of life. A person undergoing culture shock can go through four different phases: honeymoon, negotiation, adjustment, and adaptation.
Employer branding is a trending topic these days. It has become more and more important over the years as employee retention is becoming more challenging. The increasing need for flexible careers is one reason for this. And it is even more true for technical employees that are constantly offered new competitive job opportunities. Companies therefore need to find a way to attract the best tech talents, and to retain them. Employer branding is at the center of this challenge and developers are one solution to it. Here are some ideas on how to involve your developers in your employer branding. And why it is important to do so.
This week we’re flying to Budapest to meet a growing startup that has already gathered 75 million users across the globe with its innovative web application.
New week, new job opportunity! The hottest job of the week is based in one of the most attractive cities in Europe (at least we think it’s still considered Europe): London. Our partner was listed in the UK’s most innovative startups and is now hiring new talents. Continue Reading “The hottest job of the week: PHP developer + London”