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'Silicon Valley' devoted an entire episode to this in-demand coding tool

Experienced developers and product managers know that, when it comes to creating and shipping a product, the only thing you should expect is the unexpected. That’s why they use Scrum to keep their teams organized, adaptable, and collaborative
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'Silicon Valley' star accuses T.J. Miller of being 'a bully' on set

Silicon Valley actress Alice Wetterlund has accused her former co-star T.J. Miller of being "a bully and petulant brat" on the set of the show in a series of tweets posted on Wednesday night. SEE ALSO: T.J. Miller sounds insufferable in another
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Most highly paid programmers know Python. You can learn it via an online course for just $44.

Contrary to what Silicon Valley portrays, you’ll need more than drive and intelligence to land a high-paying job in the tech world. You’ll need to be well versed in one of the most popular and fastest growing programming languages:
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Here's what to expect from Silicon Valley's secret privacy meeting

Silicon Valley executives are meeting for half a day tomorrow in San Francisco to discuss consumer privacy, and people are kind of freaking out about it. It all started when Axios reported Monday that people representing some of the largest
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Don’t Hire a Search Firm Until You Read This!

A while ago I was invited to pitch to a group of investors on behalf of a potential client: a Series B Silicon Valley startup. Our job, as their recruiting partner, was to convey to the investor that hiring 200...
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Turn the Tables and Interview Your Recruiting Firms

Three weeks ago, I was invited to pitch to a group of investors on behalf of a potential client: a Series B Silicon Valley startup. Our job, as the client’s recruiting partner, was to convey to the investor that hiring...
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Tesla owners will soon be able to try Autopilot for free

Tesla owners will soon be able to give Autopilot a try — for free.  That's what Elon Musk said at the electric car company's annual shareholder meeting in Silicon Valley Tuesday afternoon. SEE ALSO: Tesla's Autopilot keeps crashing into

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