Part 1 of this series covered what's changed and what you can expect in general (e.g., lots of code). In this second installment, those who've gone before (and who are doing the interviews) give you tips, tricks and advice on exactly what to expect/how to prepare.
Will Microsoft still really ask you how to move Mount Fuji? How much coding (and what kind) will there really be? Find out in the first of this three-part series.
IT salaries at enterprises inched up slightly this year for the most part, according to a study published on Monday.
San Francisco-based research and analysis group Focus has named systems engineer as the "best job in America."
Global IT expenditure is expected to increase slightly this year, according to reports released this week.
A study released Thursday found that at least some IT projects that have been shelved are back on companies' drawing boards.
IT organizations are budgeting to give employees a small pay increase in 2010, according to a recent report.
A report predicts that despite layoffs, IT salaries may weather 2009's general economic downturn.
Amid the current economic uncertainty, some businesses will probably opt to kill existing outsourcing arrangements to cut costs, but some in the industry expect the economic downturn to result in a net gain for outsourcers.
Redmond's security team is undergoing a revamp with the announcement that Andrew Cushman, director of Microsoft's Security Response Center, will be stepping down to be replaced by group manager Mike Reavey.
Microsoft announced lower than expected earnings for its second fiscal quarter said that it will eliminate 5,000 jobs over the next 18 months.
When the going gets tough, it's the jobs that get going -- increasingly overseas.
Application lifecycle management tools maker Borland Software CEO Tod Nielsen has left the company to join VMware as chief operating officer.
The survey found that most of its respondents have some plans for SaaS.
Big Blue rolled out initiatives to help organizations assess cloud computing costs and deployments.
A Computer Economics study finds IT organizations have already cut staffing to the bone.
Microsoft has introduced a new Windows server component to seamlessly connect Active Directory users to Microsoft-based services and other services residing in the Internet cloud.
An online startup company migrated some of its operations into the cloud by using Microsoft Windows Azure services.
A security flaw in Google's new Android operating system discovered recently by independent researchers further underscores the security debate between open source and proprietary software.
Analysts define an airy concept that's currently looming large on the IT horizon.