The story behind the compiler, a remarkable innovation that made modern computing possible.
People. Just. Can't. Write. Cover. Letters. It's so bad that many companies no longer require them. It's so bad that most recruiters disregard or trash the cover letters they do get because they are just a duplicate resume. I've seen hundreds of resumes, and I empathize with every recruiter out there that has to read boring cover letters. But once in a while, I see a fantastic one.
An article about what is good from an employers standpoint, so it should also be useful when applying for a job.
Last September, A Google offshoot called Jigsaw declared war on trolls, launching a project to defeat online harassment using machine learning. Now, the team is opening up that troll-fighting system to the world.
Over the years, I’ve learned a lot about how work can impact life and vice versa. I’ve seen what helps me get ahead and what holds me back. I’ve learned what to do. I’ve learned what not to do! If I could turn back time, there are plenty of things I would have done differently. Here are 12 things I wish I knew when I first started working.
"If everyone can agree that this is what the article says, then they have a much better basis for commenting on it."
Chewse CEO Tracy Lawrence shares how she's made open salaries work at her startup. She also has an interesting life story.