In IT, there is a paradox when it comes to job titles. Somewhere along the way, the practice of linking job titles to a candidate’s (desired) experience became established in large parts of the market. This then created the now famous and omnipresent job titles like “Senior Software Engineer”, “Professional DevOps Engineer”, etc. In this blog post, I would like to explain the paradox around these designations and how I use them in the course of the talent search…
You may have noticed, that I had not much time to blog about something in the past months… One thing was, that we all need money, so I had to work very much. And as some of you know, I’m also studying in the evenings.
Long story short, I’ve restarted blogging with a new engine and new design once again. Key is (not just to use new swag), to simplify blogging for me, so I can put more time in the articles and less in managing the blog itself. I’m not much of a frontend developer or a designer, so the design will maybe not impress you ;)
I will port some of the older articles and of course add new ones.
Big news: Currently for hire!
If you are looking a motivated Java/Scala dev in the area of Zurich (Switzerland), we maybe should talk ;)