As a junior developer, you probably feel as if there are endless new technologies, languages, and practices being developed all the time. It can often seem as though the more you learn, the less you know, because of the range and complexity of everything going on in software development today.
It’s common knowledge that most recruiters and hiring managers spend mere seconds glancing at each resume that comes across their desk, so it can be tempting to jump to the conclusion that having a big brand on your resume is the best way to land a great job. But a brand name isn’t a sure ticket to success, so don’t despair if you don’t have one—and rest assured that there are countless other factors that play an important role in hiring decisions.
Phone interviews are the first step to getting hired — and it’s a daunting first step for even the most seasoned of job seekers. Here’s our checklist of 19 game-changing phone interview tips for before, after, and during your phone interview.
What is Telemetry? How do Wireless Telemetry Systems Work? What are the Applications & Advantages of Telemetry?
Telemetry is an automated communications process, which is usually associated with SCADA systems. The word is derived from Greek roots: tele = remote, and metron = measure. Telemetry is defined as the sensing and measuring of information at some remote location and then transmitting that information to a central or host location.