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Women in IT Report

Executive Summary It is no secret that a gender disparity in the technology sector exists. While the causes of this difference are wide-ranging, one key area where targeted action is needed is at the university level. To investigate this further, we surveyed five of the top six universities in Switzerland offering a Bachelor of Computer Science. We found that, in 2016, a total of only 82 new enrolments were women …Read More

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Thank you for 15 years

Thank you for 15 years. I was 20 and broke, but with a burning desire to make something of my remaining 60 trips around the Sun. I decided to give it a go and Exige International was born. In those early days, I relied on the good will of family and friends. Forever they will have my respect and love for this precious support. Thank you. While I receive the …Read More

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Coping with Case Studies

You’ve just been told your next interview involves a case study; are you nervous? Maybe or maybe not; but perhaps the more important question is, are you prepared? Case studies come in all shapes and sizes depending on the type of company, hiring manager and position you are applying for; but if you remember to prepare, think logically and relax, you’ll come out the other end un-damaged. The point is …Read More

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Preparing for ‘Fit’ Interviews – Part Two

Preparing for a fit interview may seem easy but neglect your preparation and you could waste a brilliant opportunity. Continuing from Part One, the following are some top tips for fit interviews. Bringing your A game You have arrived fully prepared; you are happy, confident and enthusiastic. Fit interviews generally focus on CV based questions, and you wrote your CV, so this should be a breeze, right? Wrong. Do not …Read More

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Preparing for ‘Fit’ Interviews – Part One

Of all the interview styles, the “fit” interview is by far the most common and is probably the least daunting. Case studies are often intimidating, ranging from real life situations to off-the-wall brainteasers; remembering the importance is the process not the answer, is easier said than done when nerves have taken hold. Role plays can cause an equal amount of apprehension; and it can be very unnerving when you are …Read More

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