Interviews Michel Murabito, Senior Web Developer @Spindox: this is my job

Michel Murabito, Senior Web Developer @Spindox: this is my job

This week we interviewed Michel Murabito (“Mich” for his friends), a 32 years old Senior Developer at Spindox: his motto is «Never Hesitate», in the last 18 years he devoted his life to coding and he likes to define himself as a Senior Web Developer by day and Aspiring Superhero by night. He gave us his personal …

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Employer Branding How KPMG, Delivery Hero and GetYourGuide use Employer Branding to attract Top Talents

How KPMG, Delivery Hero and GetYourGuide use Employer Branding to attract Top Talents

  Introduction Employer branding empowers companies to communicate to their potential candidates a series of economical, physiological and functional benefits that increase their desirability as an employer by depicting them the best place to work for. Employer branding is becoming the most effective tool that knowledge-intensive companies use to defend their competitive advantage and successfully attract …

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Interviews Alessandro Muraro, Frontend Developer @ navabi: “this is my job”

Alessandro Muraro, Frontend Developer @ navabi: “this is my job”

This week we had a very insightful interview with Alessandro Muraro, Frontend Developer at navabi.de in Aachen (Germany): he told us how his passion for Lego led him to become a fronted developer and he shared many useful tips and resources for those who wish to follow his career path. What led you to become a …

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Workspaces Is this the end of the Era of Open Space offices?

Is this the end of the Era of Open Space offices?

  Open-space offices are supposed to improve communication, facilitate team or project work and save space: open spaces offices have got a considerable success in the USA and started being more widespread in Europe since 1980. Anyway according to several researches, open-space offices rarely cater the variety of tasks required of modern workers. A recent study aimed to …

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Interviews Matthias Endler, Software Engineer @Trivago: this is my job

Matthias Endler, Software Engineer @Trivago: this is my job

This week we interviewed Matthias Endler, Software Engineer at Trivago. He explained us why he chose this career path and his secrets to become a successful Software Engineer.    What led you to become a Software Engineer? When I was young, I used to play a lot of 8-bit games, and I wanted to know …

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Interviews Andrea Verri, freelance web developer: this is my job

Andrea Verri, freelance web developer: this is my job

This week we interviewed Andrea Verri, freelance web developer: he gave his recommendations on how to become successful as a freelance and explained us what led him to choose this ways of working instead of a full-time job.    How did you decide to become a freelance? What are the advantages compared to working in …

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Tech Business trends you need to know about VR: interview with Qbit Technologies

Business trends you need to know about VR: interview with Qbit Technologies

We interviewed Mattia Crespi, CEO and Founder of Qbit Technologies, Research Affiliate of the Institute For The Future, and Member of the NATO ACT Innovation Hub. Qbit Technologies Inc is an award-winning Palo Alto Start-up founded in 2013 that develops Virtual and Augmented Reality solutions for enterprises. Mattia explained us how VR solutions are being adopted by …

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Employer Branding What employee perks companies on Meritocracy are offering?

What employee perks companies on Meritocracy are offering?

Benefits are non-salary compensations that are given to employees: even though they represent an additional cost for companies, offering benefits can help them to attract best talents, increase their engagement and improve their long-term loyalty. What benefits companies on Meritocracy are offering to their employees? We run an analysis on companies on Meritocracy to learn …

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Interviews Gemma, Interaction Designer at Stylight: this is what I do

Gemma, Interaction Designer at Stylight: this is what I do

This week we interviewed Gemma Fernández Redondo, Interaction Designer at Stylight. What makes her job stimulating is that she can never rest for too long; once she achieves a goal, a constant rethinking of her ideas is essential to reach the ultimate objective of making users’ journey as smooth and pleasurable as possible. Read the full …

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