Looking for a job is not an easy task, and sometimes sending CVs might not be enough. It’s good to have a plan thanks to which you’ll increase your chances of getting a job!Continue reading “How to look for a job?”
There is a lot of advice online for people interested in joining Microsoft as a Software Engineers. In this post, I decided to share with you the most common questions I’m receiving throughout my career from Developers interested in working at Microsoft, together with my answers.
*please note that the below answers are based on my work experience and refers to Engineering teams in Europe
Whether you’re just starting your career in recruitment or already have several years of experience those tips will help you increase your knowledge, skills & become a better partner for candidates and Hiring Managers.Continue reading “Tips for IT Recruiters and Talent Sourcers for increasing their knowledge and tech skills!”
What a year it was!Continue reading “My Year in Review: 2020”
Let’s be honest: when you’re a Code Newbie and just started learning to code, the idea of jumping on GitHub and doing something there might be…intimidating. I’ve been there, other Engineers as well, so don’t worry! Here are 4 things you can start doing on GitHub now.Continue reading “Code Newbies, here are 4 things you can start doing on GitHub now!”
I was always quite sure 2 things will never happen: working 100% remotely and starting remotely as a Junior Software Engineer. But then the covid came and as you can imagine everything changed – I’m working from home since mid-March and I recently moved internally and joined Microsoft Teams Prague team.
I had many thoughts in my head (mostly negative) and I wasn’t sure how I will manage this 100% remote mode. Also starting new role while being away from the team isn’t super easy, but so far all is good 🙂 Below are some tips that helped me go through remote onboarding and I want to share them with you.Continue reading “Remote onboarding? Here are 6 tips how to not go crazy”