Coding: Why The 2014 Curriculum Is A Good Thing

Here it is again, the ol’ c-word. Coding. You’re probably sick to the back teeth of us continually harping on about how an ability to code is awesome/important/lucrative. But it IS awesome/important/lucrative, darn it.

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Interview Tips: Don’ts, Dos, And Some Surprising Good News

A pretty strong consensus exists among employers on what’s hot to trot during an interview – and what’s definitely not. We did the round-up, and here’s what they have to say on the matter. Continue reading Interview Tips: Don’ts, Dos, And Some Surprising Good News

How To Apply For Jobs Via Recruitment Agencies Without Losing Your Marbles

Recruitment agencies, the epitome of the middle-man, are a common interface between employer and talent pool. They serve a purpose which can be useful to both employer and candidate… though it might not always feel that way. Continue reading How To Apply For Jobs Via Recruitment Agencies Without Losing Your Marbles

10 Business Tips From Pirates: The Salty Dogs Strike Again

It’s Talk Like A Pirate day! In honour of our seafaring pals, we’ve worked out what you, young entrepreneur/jobhunter/blog-reader, can learn from those grizzled old sea-folk- surprisingly, it’s quite a lot. In time honoured fashion, though, we’re going to present that advice in the form of GIFs, and mostly GIFs of Johnny Depp. Because why not? Heave-to, me hearties- and away we go…. Continue reading 10 Business Tips From Pirates: The Salty Dogs Strike Again

Build Your Plane On The Way Down: Mum-frightening Advice From CEO Rajeeb Dey

Missed Rajeeb Dey’s talk at Campus Party? Our brilliant CEO, who started his first business at 17, told the story of the Accidental Entrepreneur- and from that, we’ve extrapolated the top five things you can learn. Most of them, admittedly, go against everything your mother ever told you….

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Back To School: Ten Things We Can Learn From Our Younger Selves

It’s back to school for tiny tots all over the country- and it strikes us we’ve been just the tiniest bit biased in our reporting so far. We’ve got advice for entrepreneurs, advice from Romans, advice for candidates, advice from sharks, advice for job hunters of all shapes and sizes- but nothing for or from the under fives. Who, as everyone knows, are the wisest of the wise. Continue reading Back To School: Ten Things We Can Learn From Our Younger Selves

What Did The Romans Ever Do For Us? Business Secrets Of The Emperors…

So, the Romans invented nanotechnology.  Yep. There’s a big thought for a Friday. Click that article, you’ll like it. We promise. We’ll wait here. It’s brilliant, right? It’s so brilliant.

Anyway, it got us thinking- the Romans did a lot of stuff. Nanotechnology. Conquering. Aqueducts. Wine. And all of those things are very useful. Their nanotechnology, for example, is in many ways 100x better than ours. Well done, Romans. Continue reading What Did The Romans Ever Do For Us? Business Secrets Of The Emperors…

Interview Tips: Enternships’ 10 Steps To Being The Best

The Interview: How To Ace It, In Ten Easy Steps

So. Your CV and cover letter, made glorious with our handy guides, have scored you an interview. Well done you! Huzzah! Continue reading Interview Tips: Enternships’ 10 Steps To Being The Best

Campus Party: A Thursday Guide

Campus Party may be on its penultimate day but fear not, there are still bags of talks, events and workshops going on to stimulate those little grey cells of yours. Whether you fancy trying your hand at robot-building or learning how to become an entrepreneur, we’ve got you covered for today. Continue reading Campus Party: A Thursday Guide