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Mastering Spring Framework 5, Part 1: Spring MVC

Posted by Steven Haines on Mar 20, 2019 10:30:00 AM

Spring MVC is the Spring framework's traditional library for building Java web applications. It is one of the most popular web frameworks for building fully functional Java web applications and RESTful web services. In this tutorial, you'll get an overview of Spring MVC and learn how to build Java web applications using Spring Boot, Spring Initializr, and Thymeleaf.

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Topics: Databases, Engineering, HTML, Spring MVC

Day in The Life at Turbonomic: Engineering

Posted by Justin Graci on Jul 9, 2018 2:56:14 PM

I recently caught up with CTO of Cloud at Turbonomic, Mor Cohen, and got her to discuss the three roles she has held here: Life as a Developer, Life as a Product Manager, and Life as CTO of Cloud. At Turbonomic you get the resources and support you need to accomplish your goals, but your career is very much in your hands in terms of how far you want it to go. For Mor, she was able to move from being a developer to a product manager and eventually became CTO of Cloud. Check out her write up below if you're curious what a day in the life is like for various roles here.

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Topics: Careers, Life At Turbonomic, TurboNation, Engineering

Working on Advanced Technology: Q&A with Ahmed Saba

Posted by Justin Graci on Jun 19, 2018 11:33:55 AM

It's sometimes difficult choosing the first step or the next step in a career, especially within the world of software development. There is a wide spectrum of products at different companies that you can choose from and then there is the question of "how will my career progress at this company?"

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Topics: Careers, TurboNation, Engineering, LifeAtTurbonomic

Thriving Off Challenges: Q&A with CTO, Mor Cohen-Tal

Posted by Justin Graci on Jun 12, 2018 9:16:45 AM

Last month we sat down with CTO of Cloud at Turbonomic, Mor Cohen-Tal, who shared some insights into our culture of innovation and how she has been able to navigate changes on a daily basis. We followed up with part two of our Q&A to dive into some of the unique facets of our engineering culture and the challenging projects that keep things exciting for her.

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Topics: Culture, TurboNation, Engineering, LifeAtTurbonomic

Q&A with Technical Recruiters at Turbonomic Pt.2

Posted by Justin Graci on May 15, 2018 11:14:39 AM

Following up on part one of our two part Q&A with our Technical Recruiters talking about engineering, we dive into deeper questions regarding the interview process. Also in part two, Nick and Adam touch on emerging trends, our founders and more. If you missed part one, check it out here.

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Topics: Recruiting, TurboNation, Engineering

From Developer to Engineering Manager

Posted by Aditya Deo on May 8, 2018 5:18:28 PM

Career growth is something that all professionals crave and desire when they take a role within a company, no matter the size or industry. In fact, research released by Willis Towers-Watson shows that 70% of high-retention-risk employees are willing to leave because they're hitting a career ceiling, meaning they need development and advancement to stay happy. This is exactly why Turbonomic fosters a culture of development and opportunity.

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Topics: Careers, TurboNation, Engineering

Q&A with Technical Recruiters at Turbonomic Pt.1

Posted by Justin Graci on May 1, 2018 12:19:45 PM

Searching for a new role isn't always easy and even when you find a company with a product you feel could be the next big thing, it's hard to understand what the company expects from you throughout the interview process. Engineering teams vary in the skills they seek, the dynamics of the team and the culture of the company, but here at Turbonomic we're uncovering the unknown, so that candidates are set up for success.

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Topics: TurboNation, Engineering, LifeAtTurbonomic

I Recruit Software Engineers at Turbonomic: Here's What I Look For

Posted by Nick Picardi on Apr 3, 2018 10:31:19 AM

People ask me quite often how I evaluate talent. And yes, I do evaluate talent. Gone are the days of recruiters that double as HR generalists and conduct “phone screens” that consist solely of questions like “are you able to commute to our office location?” and “what is your salary expectation?” My job (in the early stages of the interview process) is to assess the candidate I’m speaking with to ensure that interviews equate to time well spent for a hiring manager.

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Topics: Careers, Recruiting, TurboNation, Engineering

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