To help you hire the best developers for your tech startup, we asked tech hiring managers, recruiters, and tech business leaders this question for their best insights. From understanding the need and talent required to ensuring they can collaborate across all departments, there are several tips that would guide you in adopting best practices in hiring developers that are just right for your tech startup. Here are 14 tips these leaders followed in hiring developers for their tech startups!
GitKraken, the world’s leader in premier Git tools for software developers, has just announced that it will launch a free Git certification at the organization’s GitKon tech conference this month.
GitKon is a unique, virtual conference taking place on October 11-13, 2022. Last year’s inaugural event attracted more than 4,000 global registrants. This year’s conference will feature 36 sessions from 39 expert speakers from notable tech companies like GitHub, GitLab, Microsoft and VS Code, Atlassian, Amazon, and more.
CyberCatch jointly announced with the Arizona Small Business Association (ASBA), a strategic partnership to enable Arizona’s small businesses to quickly and easily implement necessary cyber security controls for digital success. According to the U.S. Small Business Administration, there are more than 590,000 small businesses (those with fewer than 500 employees) in Arizona, and these businesses employ nearly 43.5% of the state’s private workforce.
WebPT, the leading rehab therapy platform for enhancing patient care and fueling business growth, announces the general release of WebPT Billing, the latest evolution of its integrated billing solution for rehab therapy organizations supporting more than 2,000 visits per month. Used in conjunction with the WebPT EMR, WebPT Billing connects workflows throughout the practice in ways not possible with third-party add-ons. This means better data, cleaner claims, and faster reimbursements for rehab therapy practices.
GitKraken, the world’s premier developer of Git tools for software developers, will be launching a free DevOps tool for Jira Software on the Atlassian Marketplace. As one of the first Platinum Partners to introduce a free extension for an existing Marketplace application, this announcement positions GitKraken as a leader in innovative product development for Git and Jira Software tools.
ZorroSign, Inc., a global leader in blockchain-based digital signature solutions, today announced the launch of its next generation platform: Upgrading the ZorroSign user experience and user interface with new features, security, compliance and system updates. The company’s goal is to ensure the ZorroSign application’s look and feel are the most intuitive and user-friendly digital signature experience available.
Phoenix-based Honeywell Aerospace is teaming up with a global technology company to produce the aviation industry’s first cloud-connected cockpit system. The multiyear joint project with Cyient, a company headquartered in Hyderabad, India, is focused on the Honeywell Anthem system — a flight deck using a software platform that can be customized for large passenger and cargo planes, business jets, helicopters, general aviation aircraft and new advanced air mobility (AAM) craft.
In programming, you learn a lot from mistakes (or what some call experience). Here’s a list of some of our best programming secrets, as well as a few things to avoid. These tips are geared toward C# programmers, but the principles can apply to any language.
Blue Yonder, the fast-track Scottsdale shipping and logistics software maker, has named a new CEO as the company prepares to be spun out from parent company Panasonic into a new publicly traded entity. The new chief executive is Duncan Angove, a veteran tech sector executive with more than 25 years of enterprise software, retail and supply chain experience.
GitKraken, the world’s leader in premier Git tools for software developers, has announced that it will be hosting GitKon 2022, a unique TikTok style virtual tech conference, October 11th through October 13th. While the format is radically different, the event will once again be held online, free of charge, making it one of the most accessible educational events for software developers, technical teams, managers, and executives in the world. Last year’s inaugural GitKon attracted over 4,000 global registrants, featuring 25 sessions on a variety of Git topics presented by experts from GitHub, GitLab, CircleCI, and more.