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Web Application Engineer (Startup Environment) – SLC, UT

1 August 2011

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Company Name: Confidential Location (City, State): Salt Lake City, Utah A progressive, successful INC 500 company in Salt Lake City, Utah is immediately seeking a talented Web Application Software Engineer to join a special startup-like division of their engineering team to help drive development of a brand-new product to be released to private beta shortly. […]

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PHP Web Producer, Project/Vendor Management

1 August 2011

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Company Name: Confidential Location (City, State): Salt Lake City, Utah General Summary/Scope: Job Description: Facilitates the technical and content objectives for assigned web projects. Responsible for scoping projects, communicating with the origin and the development teams, and managing projects from inception through completion. Manages resources, monitors expenditures, and makes sure web projects meet the needs […]

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Live and Work at Adobe in Utah

21 April 2011

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Live in Utah, work at Adobe – Adobe is strongly committed to fostering a diverse workplace. We are expanding our team in Utah and are in search of exceptional employees from various backgrounds and experiences. Check out the video to see what life is like in Utah and hear from some of our employees. Come […]

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Networking: Build It Before You Need It – Every day

7 September 2010

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I’m currently reading Who’s Got Your Back by Keith Ferazzi (Amazon), the follow-on to Never Eat Alone (see previous posts Enjoy the Interview and Don’t Keep Score), so an article he wrote systematizing your networking jumped out at me. “Build it before you need it.” “That was one of the most important operating principles in […]

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Calendar: Jason Alba Speaks on LinkedIn 9/15

6 September 2010

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You may or may not know, but Jason Alba is kindof a big deal when it comes to professional networking for job-seekers and those in transition. He has a Job-Seeker’s organization tool and several books about the subject (including I’m on LinkedIn, Now What??? A Guide to Getting the Most Out of LinkedIn.  Some groups […]

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LinkedIn Inbox Gets Facelift, Power

29 June 2010

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It seems like June is "we-just-updated-our-user-interface" month and LinkedIn follows suit with some nice enhancements. The LinkedIn Inbox is cleaner and easier to manage. They’ve added interactive tabs to keep things simple from the home-page which I like, and some powerful features to help tame the flood of inbound requests (since you are so popular […]

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MTV Hiring a TJ: Tweet Jockey

14 June 2010

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MTV (which, according to some sources used to play actual music videos) is asking the twitterverse and its audience to help them find the first ever TJ – Tweet Jockey, a social-media maven they will pay $100k to twitterfy the universe with MTV-rich goodness 24/7/365 Turn your tweets into a $100k job at MTV! MTV […]

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Telecommuters Gain 2.5 Days Productivity Over Office Workers

3 June 2010

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Conventional wisdom suggests that having employees in the office means they will be more focused and more productive, but recent research from Brigham Young University’s Marriott School of Management suggests that Telecommuters – people who work from home one or several days per week – and those who have flextime available to them from their […]

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Why Do You Work Where You Work?

28 May 2010

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Someone recently asked Robert Scoble if he would continue working at his current employer, Rackspace, if he won the lottery. His gut answer was ‘Yes’, though he didn’t know why until he saw this video from Dan Pink: I wrote a lot more about this including notes on the subject on my ConnectedWell blog, but […]

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BTW, Txting in Mtgs is Rude

17 May 2010

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(From Lifehacker and NYTimes) Solution? Have breaks during your meetings (or, you’re really not as important as you think you are) A professor of business surveyed more than 9,000 managers and workers and found a familiar paradox: nearly everyone considers email checking and texting during face-to-face meetings rude, but most people still do it But, […]

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