HR Tips Janet Todorova
Have you ever wondered how software is built? Here is an attempt to explain software development by using an analogy with theatre. Let’s imagine we have a theatre production to stage and a software product to launch. The theatre art has some surprising similarities with software development.
Interviews Kathrine Nicolaisen
Faced with the closure of his previous startup, Nico Ulbricht began searching for new job opportunities in Berlin and came across Honeypot. Following a call and a code review, Nico became visible to companies on Honeypot:
Interviews Kado Damball
Harry Roberts is an award-winning Consultant Front-end Architect who helps organisations and teams across the globe to plan, build, and maintain product-scale UIs. A Google Developer Expert, he writes on the subjects of CSS architecture, performance, and scalability at csswizardry.com; develops and maintains inuitcss; authored CSS Guidelines; and Tweets at @csswizardry.
HR Tips Kathrine Nicolaisen
DevOps is a pretty new term, which makes hiring DevOps engineers a little challenging. The term “DevOps” first appeared in 2008, as part of a movement to bring greater collaboration between developers and IT professionals while improving software delivery.
HR Tips Kathrine Nicolaisen
Type “what is DevOps” into Google and a staggering amount of results show. Considering DevOps is a relatively new term and job function in IT, there still seems to be some confusion among non-technical professionals as to what the role involves. This blog post gives a history of DevOps, provides a short comparison to System Admin, and finishes off with a glossary of DevOps terms.
Research Emma Tracey
Amsterdam’s lifestyle is world famous. But how are the Dutch when it comes to building and scaling tech companies? And what is life like for software developers in Amsterdam?
To answer this question we gathered a sample of over 170 tech companies, classified them by industry and mapped them onto the city. In previous editions of our startup map, we mapped the startups by train-lines. Given the influence of the humble bike on the Dutch capital, we took out the trains lines and surrendered to the streets.
Interviews Emma Tracey
Cees van Dok is Head of UX Design at TomTom, a global leader in navigation and mapping products. Cees is passionate about the possibilities of design and UI. He talks to Honeypot about trends in UI design, his role in TomTom’s navigation UI redesign and the many options available for developers in Amsterdam.
Developer Careers Kado Damball
“Fullstack developer” is a controversial tagline in any job posting. The term, which dates back to the 90s, with the rise of AJAX and multi-device rendering concerns, remains contested by many. And while the role does have its place, the term itself needs a serious update. Its time to say hello to the generalist developer.
HR Tips Emma Tracey
Upon handing Brian Chesky a cheque for $150 million, serial investor Peter Thiel passed one piece of advice to the AirBnB co-founder: “Don’t fuck up the culture.”
Chesky took that advice and ran with it. This year, AirBnB scraped its Human Resource department and replaced it with Employee Experience, with the sole aim of making people happy at work.
HR Tips Ewe Grajko
At Honeypot, we want to make tech recruitment better for both companies and developers. We receive constructive feedback from developers about various recruiting process on a daily basis. We have picked our seven most frequently occurring points, which can help you improve your tech recruitment, today!