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FAQ

Has an interviewer ever misled you about the company you were applying to work at?
This is a Funny story, at least to me.I was working in Redmond WA for Benchmark Electronics. They decided to close the facility by Dec 31 2007. I was the head of the Program Management group. We had been building the servers for Googles Dalles Server Farm, about a 2.5 hour drive south and we delivered 160,000 in less than 16 months.When I knew I would be laid off in 5 months, I started looking for a new job. I came across a job description for a company in the area that was also making servers. Their position description was focused on PRODUCTION of the servers (I capitalize words for a reason). I have a BSEE, and have always worked in MANUFACTURING HARDWARE roles (Manufacturing Ops, Quality, Program Management).My resume was clear, it explained my job at Benchmark, and what I did for Google who I had on speed dial.They had me come in. I spent 3 ½ hours talking to HR, Senior Engineers and Directors (total of 7 people) in different groups. They asked me all sorts of questions, from program management, to QA, and improving employee moral (a common theme). All my answers were about the process (in my mind THE MANUFACTURING PROCESS), so I told them the truth.Everyone had been nice, they all listened to my answers, appeared to understand, and agree, smiling, nodding their heads.I am highly attuned to body language, and their verbal feedback . So I asked all of them at the end of each session if they had any doubts about my ability to be successful in the position and if so, I would answer their questions. There were a couple of clarifications, BUT NO SHOW STOPPERS!I went to the final interviewer, the company VP. After 15 minutes or so, he was confused. All of his subordinates sent emails to him suggesting I be hired.Then the bombshell. He looked at me and said. Why are you here? This position is for a DIRECTOR OF SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT / IMPLEMENTATION, not hardware manufacturing!I was shocked, the job description emphasized MANUFACTURING PRODUCTION OPERATIONS, and the word SOFTWARE was never in the description!I had printed out the description, I looked at it , and asked him to look it up. He went to his computer and pulled up the job description on their website.He turned to me, and said he was sorry for wasting my time, and that they would validate the parking ticket ( didn’t even get a Lunch out of it, just water)I really would have loved to be in the conference room that afternoon with his HR team and all of the people who interviewed me!
What operating system does US defense use?
The purchasing cycle of the US Military is a scandal for how slow it procures anything now days. From 1950 to 1975, it was very innovative and a lot quicker. This ceased after the procurement scandals of the 1980s. Each computer, both commercially and in the military, had its own operating system and computer language. The Air Force was an early adopter of machine portable code. For example, when I was in the US Air Force, 1972–1976, we had one of the earliest machine portable language compilers called JOVIAL, Jules’ Own Version of Algol. The statement terminator was the dollar sign. (Perhaps there was a hidden meaning there.)Jovial was first implemented on SAGE (Officially “Semi Automatic Ground Environment,” aka Soviet Aircraft Guaranteed Entry), a vacuum tube dedicated air defense management computer designed in the 1950’s and built in the late 1950’s and early 1960’s. For SAGE, a single machine instruction took 6 milliseconds. The computer filled the whole floor of a large building. The same language compiler was later ported to a third generation computer with real, honest to God integrated circuits, a Honeywell WWMCS (World Wide Command and Control) computer. I worked on both. The port was so perfect that the compiler had the same bugs on the 3rd generation machine that it had on the SAGE first generation vacuum tube machine. I checked it just for fun.If the application requires a lot of tinkering, it’s sometimes developed in two phases. The Patriot missile system software was prototyped in an interpreted language called APL. APL isn’t compiled. You run the source and the computer interprets it line by line as it runs. This allowed programmers to make changes quickly, because you can stop the program when it breaks, fix a line and restart it from where it broke immediately. It also uses matrix array notation directly in the language, so it codes up quickly, especially for heavily mathematical applications, like tracking and intercepting missiles. However, it did not meet military specification as an implementation language. So once the software was fully developed in APL it was translated into a language the DOD found acceptable for a production system. I have heard that the Israelis continued development work on code for their Patriot systems in APL.As I understand it, military computers today start with commercial operating systems in most cases, like Windows, UNIX or Linux. Then there is a heavy overlay of security, followed by the mission specific military applications. Most business and manufacturing computers start the same way. The difference its that the military tends to over specify what it wants, buy the bleeding edge of technology, and then makes few changes or improvements because 90% of the money was spent on the last 10 % of capability.Let me give you an example of how counterproductive this is in practice. The famous $600 toilet seats, of 50 to 60 years ago, were hard to catch because the Air Force was using obsolescent line printers with 80 to 100 character wide fixed widths. Because the paper was so narrow, most reports on inventory did not have room for a description and a price on the same page. There were almost no computer screens back then in the military, just printing terminals and key punches.The cost of filling out paperwork for buying anything new means most computer equipment is old. Computers the federal government are allowed to buy, and the negotiated prices that are to be paid for them, are published in a Federal catalog. If the model you want isn’t on the list, you can’t buy it even if it’s cheaper and works twice as fast.
How can I add my business location on instagram"s suggested locations?
Making a custom location on Instagram is actually quite easy and gives you an advantage to other businesses because it allows you to drive traffic via location.First off, Facebook owns Instagram, therefore, any location listed on Facebook also appears on Instagram. So you are going to need to create a business location on Facebook.So let’s dive into how to create a business location on Instagram.Make sure that you have enabled location services through the Facebook App or in your phone settings. If you are using an iPhone, select “Settings” → “Account Settings” → “Location” → “While Using The App”You need to create a Facebook check-in status. You do this by making a status and type the name of what you want your location to be called. For example “Growth Hustlers HQ”. Scroll to the bottom of the options and select “Add Custom Location” then tap on it!Now that you’ve created a custom location you need to describe it. It will ask you to choose which category describes your location, which you will answer “Business”.After choosing a category Facebook will ask you to choose a location. You can either choose “I’m currently here” or you can search for a location that you want to create for your business.Finally, publish your status. Congratulations! You have just created a custom location to be used on Facebook and Instagram.Now you are able to tag your business or a custom location on Instagram.If you have any questions about Social Media Marketing for businesses feel free to check out GrowthHustlers.com where you can find tons of resources about growing your Instagram following.
How do you find out if a company is open to using a staffing agency to fill positions?
Get an introduction to the target company through a referral if possible.  A lot of the companies that retain us even talk explicitly about "no agency referrals" on their website.  There are times that going in through HR or their staffing org can be to your benefit but more often that not it helps to have a referral with a "VP" in their title to get you that introduction.  You might still be a long way from getting a fee agreement signed (retained or contingent) but you'll be a lot close than being one of the hundreds of agency recruiters leaving voicemails for the VP HR or Staffing Manager.
Why do some tech companies continue to use archaic job portals that take for ever to fill out?
Natalie provides one possible answer here.But it might also be intentional. Depending on the company and their hiring philosophy, they might believe that the first test of quality is a test of interest—and it’s the one that you’re choosing not to perform. Some recruiters (and hiring managers) believe that applicants should demonstrate interest, dedication, effort, and time—and that only interested, invested candidates should be considered for their openings. Those are the best (or perhaps the cheapest, or easiest to recruit, anyway…).There’s some logic to that, I suppose—but it kind of takes the “recruit” out of “Recruiters.”Another reason is that companies (and recruiters) love, love, love information. Knowing where you live, how much you earn, how much you’ve earned, where you’ve worked—not to mention the additional questions that the US government requires us to ask you (which are separate from your application, mind you)—all of these provide your recruiter with some selection criteria, and fodder for their decision. Applicant Tracking Systems (ATS) often don’t seem to spend much time thinking about candidates and the experience you have to suffer through when applying.Companies also (many times) believe that they have the power in this transaction—and that you’re desperate for a job, so they can make you jump through hoops. It’s sad—but it’s a very prevalent sentiment that they’re doing you a favor (though they’d probably never admit it that directly).You’re right, though—people who are highly skilled, busy, and selective may not take the time to fill out these lengthy applications, and the companies ARE losing out on those candidates. If everyone followed your lead, they’ll eventually figure it out, and come around….
How is an average person expected to get through life in the US without a bureaucracy consultant to advise on how to properly fill out all the paperwork?
The lawmakers expect a reasonable average person to be able to guide self through the maze of laws and regulations.Still, some people value their time or are truthful about their abilities to comprehend things, and instead of getting a self-taught degree in taxation or legal intricacies of a company formation (and accounting/financial issues associated with that), those people choose to hire a professional specializing in those areas.I am personally an accountant (corporate accounting) which is as far away from personal taxes as you can imagine, my tax returns are tied to my spouse's and due to presence of several items which are not a common occurrence in an average person's life, I am not even trying to complete our taxes.I do my due diligence with all the information gathering, schedules, support documentation, record retention and such but I can't spend days pouring over it all to come up with a final number.So, I pay a professional to be on time, on spec, and on budget.With respect to legal advice, laws in US vary by state, so me being able to spend 3 years in law school, and then more years trying to be admitted to each of the Bar associations, and then have the ability to research cases for precedents - that's just not reasonable.Still, there are others who actually love this process, are knowledgeable, and can tell me a solution to my problem within 20 mins. Isn't this worth my money?