CEOs and HR chiefs from 23 of the most valuable enterprise tech startups reveal the jobs they’re hiring for — and how to stand out as an applicant

Business Insider surveyed CEOs and human resources chiefs from some of the enterprise technology industry’s most valuable startups about what jobs they’re looking to fill. We also asked them what qualities they look for in a job candidate. Below is a list of the top startups that are hiring, as well as what their CEOs or HR bosses had to say about how to make yourself stand out as an applicant. Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories. Finding a job during a public health and economic crisis is difficult, but the enterprise technology industry is among the best bets for job seekers as it’s been more insulated to the… Read More

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The iconic Arecibo Telescope goes quiet after major damage

That’s a big dish! The Arecibo radio telescope in its salad days. (credit: NSF) Early Monday morning, a cable suspended over the Arecibo Telescope in Puerto Rico broke and left a 100-foot-long gash in the dish of the iconic radio telescope. The 3-inch diameter cable also caused damage to the panels of the Gregorian dome that is suspended hundreds of feet above the dish and houses the telescope’s receivers. It is unclear what caused the cable to break or when radio astronomers using the telescope will be able to resume their research. “This was an auxiliary cable used to support the weight of the platform, and we are in the… Read More

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These hidden gems might change how you work with Adobe Creative Cloud forever

TLDR: The training in The 2020 Complete Adobe Creativity Bundle can help you do better digital work, then get it seen to advance your career. If you need to edit an image or create a piece of digital media, you already know the Adobe Creative Cloud and its armada of apps is more than ready to jump in and help get the job done. But you might not immediately think of Adobe CC if you need a stock photo for your website or some helpful feedback on your creative projects. But there’s a lot more in the Adobe galaxy than… This story continues at The Next Web …read more Source::… Read More

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Attack of the gaiters

A jogger wears a gaiter as a mask in April, 2020. | Photo by Pat Greenhouse/The Boston Globe via Getty Images A minor face-covering controversy broke out this week, thanks to a widely-misinterpreted paper involving masks, lasers, and spit. The study, which came out in Science Advances on August 7, was pretty straightforward. It laid out a method that other scientists could use to test masks in their own labs. Using a dark box, some lasers, a cell phone camera and a relatively simple algorithm they figured out a way to test how effective different kinds of masks were at containing spit. People spit when they talk. They also spew… Read More

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