Posts Tagged ‘General Industry’

  • Black, white, or grey outlook

    on Aug 1, 17 • by Lizzy Robben • with No Comments


    The growth of an intern extends in and out of the workplace

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  • Why I came back

    on Jul 20, 17 • by Roy Sarkar • with No Comments


    The story of how I became a boomerang employee at Rogue Wave Software

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  • The ElePHPant in the room: Rogue Wave + Zend

    on Oct 12, 15 • by Amanda Boughey • with No Comments


    Last week we announced big news for enterprise PHP - read on to find out more

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  • From an Austin Maxi to the connected car

    on Sep 22, 15 • by Andy Knapp • with No Comments

    Looking Forward To Connected Car and learning if my Austin Maxi was the deserving butt of car jokes

    A look back at a piece of automotive history and a look towards our next connected car event

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  • What is the state of your software security?

    on Sep 17, 15 • by Julia Smith • with No Comments


    Two savvy technologists from Qualcomm, two renowned book authors, Polarion, Security Innovation, and Rogue Wave CTO, Rod Cope make for a educational, insightful afternoon. Join us

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  • Key learning moments from our security webinar series

    on Jul 22, 15 • by Julia Smith • with No Comments


    Take a look back at our series of unique, interactive, and practical webinars which brings you up to date on the latest application security trends and up to speed on the best ways to tackle cybersecurity issues within your software supply chain.

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  • Caution: New Mac User

    on Nov 23, 10 • by Todd Landry • with 5 Comments


    With our latest product release, we have ventured into the world of Apple. Yup, our product is now officially supported on the Mac. I think I can safely say that this was not something on our roadmap a few years ago, but we recognized the trends, and now have this offering for our customers. With this support, it was determined that we needed a few more Macs in the organization, the Product Management team included. Now, I’m not sure I stepped forward, or everyone else stepped back (except me), but I ended up being the

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  • How developers (eventually) get what they want

    on Oct 12, 10 • by Mike Laginski • with 3 Comments

    It started with the iPod and slowly but systematically gained momentum. A few years ago, I asked a developer-friend how he decides whether he’ll buy a dev tool or not. He responded somewhat tongue in cheek with, “I will download the tool, play with it and then decide if I would rather spend my money on the latest iPod or the dev tool.” Maybe this is a bit of an edge case, but it speaks to the thought process that goes into the individual developer’s personal workspace design. For anyone who thinks it’s not all

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  • Recruiting software developers remotely: a cautionary tale… (part one)

    on Sep 16, 10 • by Carolyn Perkins • with 1 Comment

    Next HR remote candidate

      There have been a number of stories about internet dating gone bad lately.  One regularly hears stories about how people misrepresent themselves on dating websites; use old pictures, or even someone else’s pictures to lure unsuspecting love interests in. These type of experiences are not limited to those seeking love…it also happens to those seeking a job, or those seeking an employee.  Technology is a wonderful thing but should never be used in place of the good old face to face meeting that must happen in the recruiting process (and in the love match

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  • How developers communicate. Not (using social media)!

    on Jun 8, 10 • by Eric Hollebone • with 1 Comment


    So a while back, I explored where developers get their information.  Surprisingly, it is hard to find hard data on the subject.  As a bonus from a Forrester study commissioned by Klocwork into the habits of code review, part of  the data revealed developers’ use of social media tools.  When asked directly about their use of these tools to communicate with other developers, the majority polled would not choose a social media channel. It just goes to show that yet again, software developers are a breed apart.  As an aside, as I was researching this topic, I found

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