Good cooperation between the Quality Assurance team and different team members from the start saves everyone’s time later and significantly lowers the risks of a bad release.
“People ignore design that ignores people.” — Frank Chimero
Here’s a nugget of wisdom if we ever tested one.
You’re not big on socializing and your thumbs are not really green? Worry not, we’ve got your back. Game-lovers, your gaming thumbs can still help save the planet!
Who is a senior developer, and what it takes to get there? If you’ve been into development for some time, this question must have crossed your mind. So what’s behind the title, and how to get it?
If you’re a developer and you’ve just changed jobs for the first or the second time, you’re probably wondering how to get up to speed in your new company. Roll up your sleeves, because it will be mostly you planning and taking initiative to fully onboard your new workplace.
While the majority of our stress is caused by work, there are some stresses that we’re not even aware of — but they are doing a pretty good job in thinning our nerves. These tricky things are commonly known as micro-stressors. They are a part of our everyday life — occurring somewhere between 20 to 30 times a day.
Benefits and compensation are the first things head hunters throw at software developers in a bid to win them over. Signing the contract for their company or a client is the ultimate goal so no wonder talent acquisition teams play hard. Knowing what’s on the table and preparing the right questions can help.
The job market has exploded, and software engineers are in high demand, receiving job offers left and right. Choosing the best job offer is quite a challenge since the offers are quite competitive.
So, how do you pick the right job offer?
Burnout is a gradual process and the pandemic kick-started it for some while speeding it up for many others. Described as an occupational phenomenon, WHO states: “Burn-out is a syndrome conceptualized as resulting from chronic workplace stress that has not been successfully managed.
Too much email, not enough time. If you’re a manager or a leader, or your job position includes getting your inbox cluttered with various emails day after day, email productivity should rank high on your priority list.