Climbing the IT Career Ladder:

April, 2011

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April 25, 2011  4:01 PM

Five IT Career Ideas From IBM Executive Bruce Douglass



Posted by: Robin "Roblimo" Miller
career, computers, electric cars, employment, ethics, EV, health care, IT, programming, real time, work

Bruce's imposing title is Chief Evangelist, Rational Software, IBM. He's given us a list of five IT career fields you may not have thought about checking out -- and that others, too, may have overlooked -- but are likely to display massive...

April 20, 2011  5:44 PM

SugarCRM is Looking for 46 New Employees



Posted by: Robin "Roblimo" Miller
California, Cupertino, employment, engineers, hire, hiring, IT, jobs, management, marketing, sales, SugarCRM, work

I don't know if you're familiar with SugarCRM. It is a company based in Cupertino, Calif. that develops open source Customer Relationship Management (CRM) software.


April 19, 2011  4:39 PM

Promotion or Job Change: Which is the Best Way to Advance in IT?



Posted by: Robin "Roblimo" Miller
advance, business, career, communications, consulting, earnings, IBM, IT, jobs, leadership, management, meetings, money, technical knowledge, Toastmasters

I've had a couple of management consultants tell me that if you want to move into management, it's better to change jobs or change where you work within your current company than to stay where you are. What if you have to fire one of your old friends? Not cool. Or are you better off starting your...


April 12, 2011  12:57 PM

Improve Your People Skills for Fun and Profit



Posted by: Robin "Roblimo" Miller
BOFH, clients, IT, listen, people, relate, sales, service, skills, smile

We all love reading Bastard Operator From Hell, but real-life work is more fulfilling if users love you instead of wishing you'd fall down the stairs as karmic payment for the way you treat them. So, since we already know how to be a BOFH,...


April 5, 2011  2:14 PM

How GNU Telephony Can Make Your Job More Secure



Posted by: Robin "Roblimo" Miller
admin, employment, IT, open source, pbx, promotion, telephone, telephony

GNU Telephony is not a single program, but a whole group of GNU programs that can be used to create a free (as in freedom) and very low (financial) cost


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