The Momentum Blog
Expert advice, handy resources, and how-tos for career changers and tech teams.
Teachers are equipped with many skills needed to succeed as software engineers: problem-solving, time management, communication, the ability to learn, and more. Read more on why teachers make great software engineers here.
When going into an interview, it is common to be nervous, but with proper preparation, you can easily succeed. Here we’ve provided some common technical interview questions and answers to help ease some of the stress and uncertainty.
With changing workplace demographics, tech companies must take a strategic approach in order to welcome younger generations while also paying homage to their legacy workers.
Businesses should take steps toward combating the tech skills gap by providing training opportunities for their current and future employees, and in doing so, can also improve retention rates by helping individuals meet their career goals.
Understanding and prioritizing what candidates are looking for is essential to stay competitive in today's market. Read more here.
If you're considering a career change to tech, now's the time. Click here to further understand rising tech salaries and its impact on the industry.
Lisa Money shares how her journey with Momentum led her to her current role as a sales engineer.
Interviewing junior developers requires a great deal of preparation to ensure you are hiring the best candidate. Learn more about best practices here.
How to hire junior developers may vary from company to company, but there are a few must-have factors to look for in order to ensure you are hiring the best candidate. Read more here.
As a primarily female-run organization, Momentum prides itself on its women-supporting-women mentality. Highlighted here are the inspiring stories of Momentum staff members, Amy Gori and Katie Dunn.
The characteristics sought after by Jamie Howard from Allstacks and other recruiters are staples of the Momentum curriculum.