“All of the assumptions we used to have about learning are changing.”
“You need to come up with unique solutions to the current problems in logistics.”
“LinkedIn is an iterative process. Use it to meet new people, build trust, cultivate relationships and always engage.”
Make it crystal clear why you’re the right match for the position you’re specifically targeting.
What do you bring to their table?
“Certification is building a foundation for your future.”
“It’s been a tight market—even in this (EDA) niche.”
“Companies want to know if future hires have done something relevant in the AI domain.”
“You need to bring order to the chaos.”
“We anticipate great things for 2019.”
“There’s never been a better time to take a deeper dive into HR.”
“Not everybody will be working directly in AI.”
“Don’t wait around for some day.”
“We’re seeing a lot more in the augmented reality and virtual reality space.”
“I have never landed any internship, fellowship or job just from the traditional interview process.”
“AI Frontiers is a great opportunity for our students.”
“We need to know what to track and how.”
“How are you differentiating your most loyal customers?”
Python “is going to help them in their career. It’s the future.”
“Hadoop is a critical foundational skill.”
“I work with a company where every day they help connect people.”
“We tend to think of apps as small, little things, but actually they’re very powerful and very fast.”
“We are living in a ‘Brave New World’ when it comes to technology.”
“Organizations realize the tremendous impact their purchasing decisions can have on the environment, the economy and definitely their bottom line.”
Part one of a three-part series on social media fundamentals.
“We help professionals transition to each new stage of their career.”
“Once you learn to engage influencers, you differentiate yourself from the noise online”
“I focused the organization on workforce development rather than trying to be all things to all people.”
Programmers need to code with an audience.
“Now I have organization and structure and clients.”