We’re facing the end of the cloud. It’s a bold statement, I know, and maybe it even sounds a little mad. But bear with me. The conventional wisdom about running server applications, be it web apps or app
• Perfectionism can put you at risk for anxiety and depression.• There are 8 things you do that align with perfectionism that are toxic to your health.• These include: Not allowing yourself any mistakes,
Unless you’ve been hiding under a rock, I’m sure you’ve heard of Bitcoin and blockchain. After all, they are one of the most trending topics these days — the ultimate buzzwords of the year. Even people
As if giving the world its AI framework wasn’t enough, Google is now letting others work with a once-internal development tool, Colaboratory. The software works a lot like Google Docs, its document collaboration
As human beings, we generally like to think we make decisions based on things that matter. If we take on a project, it is because we genuinely feel it's a great opportunity. If we buy a pricey product,
It's October. Which means 2017 has officially flown by. (Remember all those things you swore you were going to do back in January? Have you done any of them?) One of the things I prioritize doing Q4 of
I have a confession to make: when it comes to my job, I do projects on the side. I know, you’re probably grumbling, “who has the time?” But my side projects have helped me grow as a professional and an
I interview 100,000 people a year, and there are 6 questions that make job candidates stick in my mind
You'll be asked it in almost any interview. And while you may be tempted to sit back and relax during this portion—while the recruiter's put in the hot seat—that's not actually in your best interest. Because
1. Stop consuming caffeine Although people think they perform better on caffeine, the truth is, they really don’t. Actually, we’ve become so dependent on caffeine that we use it to simply get back to status-quo.
"If you're looking for an opportunity, you're really looking for a person." When LinkedIn's founder, Reid Hoffman, wrote down the three most important things he wished he'd learned in college, building
Since taking over as LinkedIn's CEO in 2009, Jeff Weiner has accomplished a great deal to earn him the title of Highest Rated CEO. He has grown LinkedIn's membership base from 33 million to more than million
Recruiters may seem intimidating, but they genuinely want the best for both candidates and the company. Good recruiters want you to have the best experience possible during the application and interview
Most business owners can only dream of hitting the million-dollar sales mark. Then there are those who blow right past it, as if the elusive number was never even in their sights. Allen Brouwer, co-founder
Don't be too quick to assume that what these studies preach is an absolute and measurable truth. Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. We’ve all seen those productivity studies
2. "People are going to have different thoughts, opinions, and intentions than you. It's important to realize that before you speak or act." – annal4ad1111ea 3. "Be positive in everything that you do.
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Bitcoin—the biggest and best known cryptocurrency—is falling along with stocks and other assets following a provocative nuclear test by North Korea over the weekend. If you believe non-state-controlled
In an office overlooking downtown Boston, the views are partially obscured by math formulas and technical drawings that have been scribbled on the windows. Wearing a T-shirt with the words “machine earning”
Three-day weekends are a leisure until they turn into four-day weeks with five days' worth of work. Even during a full week, you may feel that your work is never done, especially as entrepreneurship becomes