This guidebook for technical recruiters is an essential resource for those who are serious about keeping their skills up-to-date in the competitive field of technical resource placement. Recruiting can be challenging with little background in technology, technology roles, or an understanding of how the two interact. In this book, you will learn the fundamentals of technology from basic programming terms, to database vocabulary, network lingo, operating system jargon, and other crucial skill sets. Topics covered include: What questions to ask candidates How to determine when someone is embellishing his or her skills Types of networks and operating systems Software development strategies Software testing Database job roles And much more! Armed with indispensable information, the alphabet soup of technology acronyms will no longer be intimidating, and you will be able to analyze client and candidate requirements with confidence. Written in clear and concise prose Technology Made Simple for the Technical Recruiter is an indispensable resource for any technical recruiter.qDemonstrated success managing priorities and personalities in cross-functional teams. Figure 6.6. Typical product manager job description. You may notice that the job description in Figure 6.6, when compared to that of the business analystanbsp;...
|Title||:||Technology Made Simple for the Technical Recruiter|
|Publisher||:||iUniverse - 2010|