For the second part of our “The Developer’s Perspective” series we talked with a former Google intern, Miguel Oliveira.
Since Skilleo culture is something that we like to call “Developer Oriented”, we wanted to know what our developers think about our project. So we spent the past few weeks interviewing several of our users and asking them a few questions about their experience on Skilleo.
Their answers were really satisfactory that we decided to publish some of those interviews in a series of posts that we called “The Developer’s Perspective”.
As a career coach, I get a lot of emails that go something like this:
I lost my job after working for more than ____ years at the same company. In that time, I had a variety of responsibilities. I worked in a half-dozen departments. As the company changed, I would take on new projects as needed. I was a “Jack-of-all-trades.”
I thought when I lost my job I’d find it easy to get a new one because of all I have done. I’ve got so many skills and abilities, my resume is three pages long. And yet, I can’t seem to get an interview. As I research positions on job boards, I find myself saying, “I can do that!” But, having applied to over 40 jobs, I’ve yet to get a single interview. (more…)