Due to the unprecedented collapse of financial institutions in the autumn of 2008, investors and those seeking funding are eagerly turning to ‘angel’ investing as an important and viable option. The author gives readers the inside scoop on the perils and profits for both angel investors and angel borrowers alike.
Technology hiring strategies tend to favor the candidate who possesses an alphabet-soup of degrees, programming languages, and software. However, in many cases, the applicant who has a wider range of work experience, or additional ‘soft skills’ not listed in the job description, can often be a better choice. In this report, Jeff Hamilton describes in detail how candidate assessment can be conducted to ensure that companies in a position to hire even in these difficult economic times can be certain that they are really getting the best value for their time and money.
TECHNOLOGY HIRING STRATEGIES: SPECIALIST VERSUS GENERALIST Who Is Doing The Bulk Of The Work In Your Organization? Technology hiring strategies tend to favor the candidate who possesses an alphabet-soup of degrees, programming languages, and software. […]
JEFF HAMILTON Jeff Hamilton was born in New York City to an academic family. After completing his BSc from the State University of New York, he immediately entered the workforce in the research and technology […]