Is PHP dying anytime soon? No, with over 80% of market share in the web space, it's nowhere near dying.
"WordPress? No way, I won't waste my time coding PHP."Read More
Job hopping is extremely common in the IT industry due to the vast number of available job offers. Skilled engineers could step up within a company or get a decent raise every 1.5 - 2 years.
While job-hopping presents various perks in terms of salary growth, it causes some major drawbacks when looking for a job as a tech leader or in senior management.Read More
For dozens of centuries, human evolution has led to jobs replaced due to innovation.
Chasseurs, musketeers, blacksmiths, haywards, Papias are not in demand in the 21st century. Job requirements evolve since certain jobs become automated or science introduces the need for new occupations.Read More
When I mention that "I'm the CEO of DevriX and I'm a Digital Consultant", I often get asked, "What does a Digital Consultant do"?
In a nutshell, Digital Consulting is an activity that connects business strategy to implementation across different digital fields (think web design and development, marketing, PR, server scaling, branding).Read More
I was asked to spend more time discussing remote working and distributed companies.
This is a sensitive subject since I do understand most companies which deny the benefits of remote working.
If you are a proactive team player, sharing problems and concerns should be a common practice.
Sometimes, your manager or the CEO of the company is fully aware of the problem. The logical question is: Why do we have to deal with it?Read More
Would you hire a slacker or a slow worker?
Imagine someone who leaves early and slacks a lot but tackles emergencies once they come up. And then the obedient worker arriving at 8 am who stays late in the evening but can't help with #priority tickets, outages, or other forms of critical tasks.Read More
Why do excellent internet marketers work for others?
If you can sell anything through marketing, why not start a business of your own?