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What is Python and Why Is It Important?

The programming language Python was first introduced in 1991 as a general-purpose code set.

How to Fail an Interview for Your First Tech Job

Congratulations! You are poised on the 95-yard-line and are ready to punch it through for a touchdown.

5 Excellent Entry-level Jobs for Liberal Arts Majors

Liberal Arts degrees sometimes get a bad rap because they are not vocationally focused. But, don’t downplay the value of a Liberal Arts education.

5 Tips for Staying Healthy Working at Home

Remote work, especially working from home, is fast becoming a common practice for many employees.

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6 Steps to Break into a Remote Tech Career

You don’t need a Bachelor degree in Computer Science to get a job in the technology sector. You simply need an eagerness to learn.

The 6 Best Questions to Ask an Employer in an Interview

A well executed job interview is a two-way conversation. While rookie candidates may feel like they are facing an inquisition, an interview is not an interrogation.

7 In-Demand Tech Skills

A career is more than a job. It’s an occupation that you pursue for a significant period of your life, one that provides opportunities to progress and grow.

6 Characteristics of an Effective Remote Learning Program

Succeeding at remote learning requires a combination of a motivated learner and professionally designed learning experiences that exploit technology