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How to Get the Most out of your Tech Mentorship

 

If you want to advance your tech career, having a mentor in your corner can make a world of difference. However, the mentor/mentee relationship only provides you with value if you work to make the most of it.

Being a great mentee involves more than just focusing on your needs and who you believe can help you reach your goals. Even though that is part of the equation, you also want to make sure certain things align to ensure that the relationship is strong and beneficial to both parties. If you're going to get the most out of your tech mentorship, here’s what you need to know.

This is the Perk Millennials Want from their Next Tech Job

 

When it comes to perks, Millennials mainly have one thing on their mind. While companies may assume that free lunches and on-site facilities, like gyms and game rooms, would top their list, that isn’t the case. Those niceties don’t speak to the larger goals that many Millennials want to achieve. If you're going to attract the best and brightest Millennials, here is the perk you need to offer.

The 10 Tech Books Bill Gates Says You Should be Reading

 

Bill Gates is a big fan of reading, often tearing through several dozen books each and every year. Recently, he has been especially focused on books about technology. Here is a look at the ten tech books Bill Gates thinks everyone should read in 2019.

Find a New Job as a Site Reliability Career with These Tips

 

Whether you are looking to advance your career as a site reliability engineer or are hoping to find your first position in the field, knowing where to look to find exciting job opportunities is a must. Otherwise, your job search may take much longer than it could have or you might miss out on your ideal role.

Finding a great site reliability engineer position doesn’t have to be challenging. If you are ready to take the next step forward in your site reliability career, here are some tips to help you manage your job search wisely.

Why Tech Contractors are So Afraid of Job Interviews

 

Even the most skilled and experienced IT professional can get nervous when an interview is on the horizon. Usually, it is the technical portions of the interview or whiteboard problems that really send their anxiety soaring.

Tech contractors often have to demonstrate their capabilities in front of a live audience (whether that be the hiring manager alone or an entire panel). As a result, they may be afraid of looking foolish, not knowing precisely what the hiring manager wants, or making a simple mistake that derails the exercise.

It isn’t unusual for these fears to harm a tech contractor’s performance. They may stumble in areas where they typically excel on the job or struggle to remember something they rely on every day. Luckily, there are things you can do to calm your nerves and improve how you handle an interview. With that in mind, here are some tips.

Are Robots Finally Coming for Your Job in 2019

 

Many professionals worry that certain technologies will make their skills obsolete. News about advancements involving artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning, and automation often suggests that workers in certain jobs are at risk of being replaced by technology, leaving many nervous about the future of their career.

While these technologies are indeed becoming more robust, robots aren’t coming for most jobs any time soon. If you are wondering if your job is at risk, here’s why you should breathe easy in 2019.