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Are there any Computer Engineering/Science jobs that don't require programming ALL day
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My nominal software job (one title I have held: Senior Software Engineer) requires that I spent about 85% of my time gathering requirements, figuring out what modules will need to be updated, dealing ...

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HR employee sent me code test but not know open .c file. Serious problems?
5 votes

The quality of the HR people has very little to do with the quality of the company. The HR person probably had no idea what they were looking at. Yes, you know more about using computers than some ...

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I have an interview for an internal position that I no longer want. Wondering if it is appropriate to cancel
3 votes

A few of things to keep in mind, If you to to an interview you have no interest in, you are wasting their time, not a good idea. If you ever fail by giving it less than a best effort, you may be ...

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How to handle a customer who has my personal number
2 votes

Something to think about is: Does the customer think your company is solving their problem or you personally? It seems possible that higher-ups in your organization will think that this is you ...

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Should I keep in contact with a recruiter?
2 votes

Something to keep in mind is recruiters make their money by putting people in new jobs. If you enjoy socializing with them, by all means, have a good time, but keep in mind they are keeping the ...

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Upcoming medical examination and interview the same day; how to handle PTO with current boss?
1 votes

I can see why you want to leave. "Boss, I talked to the doctor and he said that sometimes there are complications and I might need to have them addressed, as well.” “What complications, Dan?” “It has ...

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Why fire an employee who is resigning?
0 votes

While I fully agree with most of the answers given, something I did not see anywhere is if the employee is still coming up to speed and they give notice, there is no point in continuing to train (and ...

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Do tech companies care about GPA from PhD applicants?
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I interviewed a physical chemist PhD for a software position with a tech company. (The job was to work on the Point of Sale application. If you live in the US, there is a 35% chance you have used my ...

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Is it ok to tell the interviewer you're physically uncomfortable?
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HR is BS, mostly. If they really don't like you, I will have trouble bringing you in but since I am the one that will have to work with you, it is my decision, not some dude from corporate. As for ...

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