Wouldn't be great if you understood the technical terms hiring managers and developers mention in their CVs or during an interview? Wouldn't it help you "close" more deals?
Of course, it would!
The recruiters we train in IT get an immediate confidence boost after they learn the differences between:
- Testing vs. QA
- DevOps vs. NoOps
- Data warehouse vs. Big Data
- Project manager vs. Product manager
- Kanban vs. Scrum
- Lean vs. Agile
- SQL vs. PL/SQL
- Product vs. Engineering teams
- Backend vs. Fullstack
- Product manager vs. Project manager
- ... and 50+ more key terms explained in a human language
We go as far as giving out "scripts" on how to start a conversation.
This is your chance to understand the terminology software developers and CTOs use daily.
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Software Development Lifecycle & Methodologies
Everything a technical recruiter needs to know about how are software projects managed: using Waterfall, Agile, Kanban, and Scrum.
Why do companies prefer Agile over Waterfall?
What is the difference between Lean and Agile?
Why do some teams prefer Kanban and others Scrum?
How do Agile and DevOps work together?
Learn more about the course GR102 »
Organizational Design & Digital Teams
Organizational structure, siloed vs. agile teams, CIO vs. CTO, Product vs. Project manager, Data engineer vs. Data scientist… and a lot more.
The difference between a functional vs. matrix IT teams.
Why do startups prefer flat, agile team structure?
The difference between a Product vs. Engineering teams.
The most common entry roles and career paths in IT.
Modern roles in digital IT teams.
Learn more about the course GR103 »
Software Developers, Languages, Frameworks
Learn about the software developers, languages, frameworks, and tools they use.
What are the most common programming languages and frameworks.
Who are Backend and Fullstack developers and what tools do they use?
Who are frontend and Mobile App developers?
Learn more about the course GR104 »
Tech Stacks, Servers, Cloud, Storage
Learn about the most technical stacks developers often refer to and repositories in the cloud they use daily. As a well-rounded recruiter you need to know the most popular tech stacks (LAMP, MEAN), understand what is Git, GitHub, GitLab, Bitbucket, repositories and cloud storages in general.
What are cloud software repositories and how do developers store there the software code they produce?
What are the most popular technical stacks?
What is open source code?
Learn more about the course GR105 »
Data, Databases, Business Intelligence
Learn about databases, data warehouse, SQL, PL/SQL, and business intelligence.
What types of databases do developers use?
How to recognize database developer from a data warehouse developer?
What are the differences and specifics of database architects, database developers, and database administrators?
What is BigData and Business Intelligence?
Learn more about the course GR106 »
Testing, QA, DevOps
Learn about continuous integration, automated testing/QA, and a DevOps environment. Most of the recruiters we talk to struggle with DevOps, continuous integration, automated testing and workflows. We explain these terms in a human language so you understand how do modern teams work.
What is the difference between Testing and QA?
Why DevOps is so popular these days?
How can you as a recruiter recognize a company uses DevOps?
How can you interview testers and QA engineers?
Learn more about the course GR107 »
Software Design, Web Design, CMS
Learn what you as a recruiter need to know about software design, web design, and prototyping. Understand the differences: UX vs. UI, a product prototype vs. MVP, CMS vs. CRM, and more. Learn how websites are build using Wordpress and what kind of web designers are out there.
What is the difference between CX and UX?
How can you interview a web designer?
Learn more about the course GR108 »
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