Innovate New Practices and Strategies for Graduate Recruiting
Many companies face challenges while recruiting fresh graduates in that many graduates that take up their first jobs through their college placements tend to leave the job even before the completion of one year. This leads to both the graduates and the companies wasting their time is disadvantageous to both. The above problem arises because the graduation phase of the students is a tough one, causing stress and insecurities, which basically leads to the graduates opting in for the very first offer that they get from a particular company. This leaves no time for the graduates to analyze the job opportunity and how it would fit in with their life.
Practices and Strategies for Graduate Recruiting
However, once the graduates actually start working for the company, they realize that maybe it is not the best place for them to be and want … Read more
Every month here at KnowTechie (or for as many months as the patience remains to write such a thing), we’re going to take a look at some of the most question-mark-inspiring, most this-could-be-innovative, most ridiculously inane, weird, and sometimes pointless whack tech that somehow made it through the approval process and into the marketplace.
If you regularly read this column (mom), then you may have noticed there was no whack tech selection for January. Pickings were slim, so the editorial decision (unilateral) was made to skip January and let things compile for February. That being said, this month’s list is comprehensive indeed, with products and services that will tickle your little tech-minded brain and entice you with a future of endless possibilities (and weirdness).
With well over a dozen items on the list this month, there is no shortage of something for everyone. Satisfaction is guaranteed, the future is
Cooperative online mode is coming to Watch Dogs Legion on March 9th. It’s been in development for some time, having originally been announced with the reveal of the game in 2019, but was delayed to a post-launch feature just before the game went live. The free addition to the game will offer missions and challenges […]
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Young, or old, anyone can learn programming. Contrary to what you may think, or may have heard, you don’t need to good or math or have a technical background to learn.
As an adult, you may have heard some misinformation about just how difficult it is to learn how to code. This, in itself, can subconsciously make it seem difficult. On the other hand, kids who have not been influenced by such biases and preconceptions tend to learn programming faster and more easily.
Want to help your kids learn how to code? Here are some helpful tips to get your child started with coding
Different Learning Tools for Different Kids
For younger kids, MIT’s Scratch would be a great fit. This free programming has a simple and visually attractive interface that the kids will appreciate. The visual style was heavily influenced by the logo program, which was
Epic Games, like many others in the gaming industry, has given up on purchasable random loot crates in games. Fortnite players used to be able to buy random loot llamas in the Save the World version of the game.
While a lot of people may have enjoyed these types of gambles, random loot crates have become a topic frowned upon by many in the gaming community. Many people feel it is unfair to have these gambling options in games where you don’t know if what you are getting is worth it or not, especially when many children play these games.
Epic Games has decided to give back to those players who previously purchased these random loot crates. Users who previously purchased random loot crates or keys in Epic’s newly acquired titleRocket League will also be receiving credits as compensation for their purchase.
These efforts come as part of