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Fortune 500 top hiring trends in 2019. How big corporations hire top talents?

Fortune 500 companies are always in real need of talents and new specialists. They are always headhunting. To hire the best talents from top universities American top companies, compete with each other to become a “platinum” member of the career services program run by the top U.S. universities and to get a chance to have the first interview with a potential candidate.

Fortune 500 HR trends

Fortune 500 top hiring trends in 2019. How top companies attract best talents?

Nowadays while the competition for the top talents is becoming increasingly intense, it is important for the companies of any size and industry to develop an integrated recruitment strategy with an action plan. Fortune 500 companies in 2019 will continue to use AI- and computer-based algorithms in the process of job candidates search, recruitment marketing, better employment brand building and remote workforce.

Where to Hire Remote Developers

Where to Hire Remote Developers

Nowadays in 2018, more and more IT companies prefer hiring developers remotely. The employment market has changed and for many reasons, you don’t need to search for a local developer to have a job done.

Interview with Alexander Troshchenko

Interview with Alexander Troshchenko

I’m a Software Developer with a long history of working in the United States ever since I’ve started my Bachelor’s Degree in Software Engineering at the Florida Institute of Technology in 2011.

Elastic Search Basic

Elastic Search – Basics

There’s no secrete that in modern Web applications an ability to find required content fast is one of the most important things. So if your application won’t be responsive enough clients will use something else. That’s why all the processes should be optimized as much as possible, never the less it can be a very challenging task…

My current stack on a front-end side is React with Redux, Redux sagas or Redux Thunk for side effects, and React Router for routing. On a backend I use Node.js/Express  and PostgreSQL or MongoDB as a database. For testing I usually use Jest.

Interview with Igor Mikhalev

My name is Igor and I am Full-Stack Developer. I love coding, and it’s not just a work for me, but some kind of a lifestyle. I have an appropriate education in IT and a deep knowledge of OOP, Functional programming, and Software design patterns.

My name is Iskander and I am a full-stack developer with more than 4 years of experience in developing web applications. For frontend development, I use Angular and React/Redux. At the backend, I work with Node.js and Java.

Interview with Iskander

My name is Iskander and I am a full-stack developer with more than 4 years of experience in developing web applications.
For frontend development, I use Angular and React/Redux. At the backend, I work with Node.js and Java.

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Two 2017 Collaboration Software Awards Now Belong To Soshace

Soshace recognized as a Freelance Platforms Rising Star by the FinancesOnline Directory

Since its very first appearance on the market, Soshace has strived to go the extra mile to provide its clients with efficient and trustworthy web development professionals alongside a pool of well-designed, transparent reporting capabilities.

D3.js and Angular/Vue.js Integrations

D3.js and Angular/Vue.js Integration

Nowadays there’re lots of technologies in a Front-end and most of them have easily understandable tutorials. So starting with them is not a problem. But there’s always a problem when you try to use some of them together. In this article, we’re going to talk about a usage of Angular or Vue.js together with D3.js, and find out why we might have problems with the integration.