Day by day, we are used to share what we are thinking onTwitter, post photos with our friends on Facebook, we even share our professional experience on LinkedIn; we inform what we are doing, maybe post a little video for others to see what you saw.
In previous inputs, we have talked about some mexican regions that start shining in the IT sky.
This time I want to write about another one that actually represents a huge step in the emerging scene. Aguascalientes known as “The little giant of Mexico”. It is the 2nd smallest State in the Mexican Republic, however it has a privileged commercial location due to high technology industries around the State and reinforced by its road infrastructure, a rail port and an airport that has an important load terminal.
We are so used to interact with the Web in our daily routines that we just sometimes forget, or are not even aware, that there is a huge world making it happen. Every time that we check our social media feeds or if we want to send a message, a document or a simple image, that information, will be transmitted through signals and networks devices that eventually will take it to its destination. This infrastructure and communication technology has been growing and improving in giant steps out of necessity. We were used to just have PCs connected to Internet but the mobile market changed everything. In only one year (2015), more than half billion of mobile devices were added to the network. Read more
What do you need to invest in here?
Are you thinking about establishing business in Mexico, but you don’t really know where to start? Read more
Our first time at #CPMX7, not only it was my first time as a regular attendee but also as a sponsor, ScreenIT gave me both opportunities and here is how it went:
One of the first things that some people think when hear about Mexico is Cancun! A vacation paradise to getaway and relax… I´m sure that many of you dear readers won´t let me lie.
I would like to let you know, that Mexico is much more than that, known in the IT stage as one of the main technology centers in Latin America. Talking about IT, I´m very sure that people have heard about Guadalajara (known as the Mexican Silicon Valley), Monterrey, Mexico City and probably about Queretaro, which is the city where ScreenIT has its headquarters. Last week this region was visited for an important world wide Technology Consulting, Staffing and Recruiting Solutions firm.
Adaptive Insights is one of our main projects on ScreenIT, from May 1st to May 13 our very talented and awesome QA Tester Severo Medina,visited the Adaptive Insights Headquarters located in Palo Alto California.
His visit mainly consisted on working with the US QA team, he received interesting trainings and validating processes knowledge, lot to share and learn.
Severo was welcomed by Henry Chen (QA manager) who took him from the hotel to the office. Every Monday Adaptive offers catering to their people, for Severo’s surprise it was mexican food! (Nice welcome detail isn’t?).
Your company needs to increase their operations, but costs are high in your country and saving money is important to you, so you are considering to look for a nearshore partner to work with. An experienced and talented IT team has high priority as the same as real-time solutions and easy information exchange between you and your provider. Not so bad, if apart from all these, you find cultural affinity with you and your team too. By reading lines above, which countries come to your mind? Is Mexico among those? Read more
Thanks to technology, so much has changed since many of us were children, we used to play outside, precisely because we didn’t have smartphones, laptops, ipads or any other electronic devices. We learned from movement, hand-on interaction, we absorbed information through books and socialization with other humans. Read more
“Someone with a degree is better than a person who doesn’t have one” Does it sound familiar to you? This article doesn’t try to give bad advice about school and definitely we don’t want to lead anybody to drop out of it, even when we think a degree is not always necessary (…if you want to be a doctor better stop reading this!).
Laszlo Bock, Human Resources Vicepresident at Google believes that academic record is useless (The New York Times). A company famous because of asking all its candidates a brilliant academic record, has changed the rules in the hiring model. Unless you have finished school recently, Google and probably much more big enterprises won´t ask for any kind of certificate.
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