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VMware Foundation – Employees Give Back – The World Computer Exchange

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Last week, I organized a day of service for Cambridge office employees at the World Computer Exchange headquarters. Several people in the Cambridge office had expressed an interest in applying their existing technical skills and knowledge in a volunteer capacity. After some searching, I connected with the World Computer Exchange, and I knew it would be the perfect place for a day of service. Read more...

2011 Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing Conference – Takeaways

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Recently, Felicia Jadczak and Alicia Schetter spent time in beautiful Portland, Oregon at the Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing (sponsored by the Anita Borg Institute for Women and Technology). The purpose of this conference (“GHC”) is to highlight the research and career interests of women in computing. The theme of this year’s conference was “What If…?” This year’s GHC conference had 2,908 attendees, representing a 35% increase in attendance from last year. 1,136 attendees were students, with 201 scholarship students. Read more...

Job Seekers: Resume Blasts are a Thing of the Past

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  It’s a totally different employment market today than just a few years ago. The days of emailing your resume against a job posting and crossing your fingers are long gone. Here are a few suggestions I make to those that are early on in their plans to make a career move: Take the time to Read more...

VMware Intern Prodigy – Internship Experience

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VMware Intern Prodigy Guest Blogger series: 2011 VMware intern Viru Kanjilal discusses his overall internship experience at VMware. From social events for the VMware interns, tech talks, and the intern fling contest, Viru sheds light onto the well-rounded experience individuals can have when participating in the VMware internship program. Read more...