Career Advice

Two-Step Guide for Easy Work Motivation

November 7th, 2018|Advice, Career Advice|

The old-fashioned conditioning or punishment-reward system. At the beginning of the 20-th century Ivan Pavlov conducted an experiment on conditioning the behavior. The Pavlovian or classical conditioning method refers to the learning process during which a biologically potent stimulus, such as food, is paired with previously neutral stimulus, such as a bell, for example. This [...]

Ghosting Interviews and Blowing off Work

October 16th, 2018|Advice, Career Advice|

What does “ghosting” an interview actually mean? Basically, it means not showing up for a scheduled interview, without letting the interviewers know. After reading the description, you might ask yourself: if there’s a term for that does it happen regularly, do applicants actually not go to interviews for jobs they applied for and were preselected? [...]

How to Handle Your Mistakes at Work

October 4th, 2018|Advice, Career Advice|

We would all prefer to be perfect and never allow for mistakes to occur from actions, especially at work, but unfortunately this is rather impossible. As much as we try and give it all from of ourselves at our job, we are bound to do a mistake every once in a while. Reasons are endless [...]

10 Jobs Suitable for New Moms and Dads

October 2nd, 2018|Advice, Career Advice|

Becoming a parent is one of the most amazing and joyful moments of one’s life. Yet having a baby requires lots of resources. Balancing the time you have to care for your child and the time you have to work proves to be tricky. Some recent mothers are eager to resume their careers, others prefer [...]

Meet Rune Holstvig from Milestone Systems

September 26th, 2018|Advice, Career Advice|

We are getting excited because SEETEST 2018 is taking place this week in Belgrade, Serbia. Our partner Milestone Systems is sending Rune Holstvig who will present the topic "Automation to the rescue! Testing a 100.000 camera video system”. So make sure not to miss it! Rune has more than 11 years of experience in the [...]

Our Partner Milestone Systems at SEETEST 2018 Conference in Belgrade

September 17th, 2018|Advice, Career Advice|

CALLING ALL SOFTWARE ENGINEERS AND QA EXPERTS IN SERBIA: Our partner, Milestone Systems, is attending SEETEST 2018 Conference in Belgrade! SEETEST is a big yearly event that brings software engineers and QA experts together to explore current and emerging Quality Assurance trends. It has become a staple on the Balkans and this year marks its [...]

Is It Better to Work for a Small Company or Large Corporation?

August 30th, 2018|Advice, Career Advice|

At a certain point in our careers we have to decide whether to work for a smaller company or for a large corporation. Sometimes the choice is clear, because the pros for one outweigh by a large margin the pros for the other. Other times, the situation is more complicated and we struggle to choose. [...]

Classic Traps People Fall into after Being Promoted

July 3rd, 2018|Advice, Career Advice|

Every change of a job - be that a positive or a negative one - comes with some traps to look for. We are used to perceive promotion as only a positive outcome, since most of us strive for it and work hard to achieve it and climb the corporate ladder. Actually, as everything else [...]

How to Recognize Burnout at Work

June 20th, 2018|Advice, Career Advice|

Burnout is a relatively recent term, used to describe the psychical and physical symptoms of overloading with work. Some sources describe burnout as another type of stress, or even too high levels of stress (scientifically called distress). Basically, in the new fast-pieced technology age people tend to over-work themselves to a point where their brains [...]

How to Choose the Right Interview Persona for You

June 13th, 2018|Advice, Career Advice|

In the technological revolution era we rarely get out of school and get recruited immediately to work on our specialty. Usually we change quite a few jobs and so attend a lot of job interviews. With every interview we get a bit better and better, but as much as experience helps - knowledge is the [...]