Welcome to CyberCoders' Weekly Roundup! Every week, we handpick the top five stories from around the web that offer great insight into hiring in the tech industry.
Some key lessons he learned include not worrying too much about promotion titles because they aren't weighted as heavily outside of the company. Instead, focusing on adding value to the organization is a much better strategy for success.
Exceeding--not meeting--expectations is the best way to earn a promotion. Giving your 110 percent on every project and blowing expectations out of the water are the only way to get recognition at Google.
"I think these giant compensation packages are partly the result of second-tier companies bidding up tip-tier talent," according to the article.
Facebook is expanding to the office. Dubbed "Facebook at Work," the site will be similar to regular Facebook, but catered for the office.
“We set out to make payments faster and more fun, but we also know that security is essential when you’re dealing with money,” the startup said in its post. “Square has a ton of experience in this area and our teams have been hard at work to make Snapcash a great experience for everyone.”
1. Ruby on Rails: $109,460
2. Objective C: $108,225
3. Python: $100,17
4. JAVA: $94,908
5. C++: $93,502