By Eduardo Chaccourt
For all of us working in software development industry, we are often seen as people with a very methodic, squared, always “inside the box” way of thinking. This is natural since most of us have had a very engineer-like formation in college. Subjects such as Binary math and circuit design, where everything has to be exact, this helped to achieve this way of thinking.
I’m not stating that this is necessarily wrong or “bad”, but not 100% precise. My thoughts are that software engineering is also a pretty creative profession. Imagine this scenario that was pretty recurring back in the day: You need to develop some software to control an onboard car computer, one of...
By Ilce L.
Commonly, recruitment process is done for administrative to technical positions; sometimes the recruiters do not have the knowledge to evaluate their technical abilities, however there are some ways to choose a correct candidate.
In Sieena particularity, this process is very dynamic and challenging for both parts, because somehow the candidate has to let us know that he/she is a good prospect for the vacancy, but we also have the challenge to let the candidate know that Sieena is has a good opportunity for him.
The process begins with the requisition sent by the managers about the new position. Human Capital is then in charge of posting our job openings, where we usuall...
By Edith C
Building a SharePoint solution can be a mess, but using this tool, the process becomes very easy and intuitive.
· Install WSP Builder tool
1. Create a new project on Visual Studio (i.e. Feeds)
2. Add a new item on the project, right clicking Project Name, Add… New Item… WSP Builder Templates, select Web Part Feature set a name for it (i.e. Feeds), and click Add.
3. Set the name and description of the new feature, and set the scope: Web, Site, WebApplication or Farm. Click OK.
4. Your feature its created, and the generated files are:
· 12/TEMPLATE/FEATURES/Feeds folder (this is...