For close to a decade, Ryan Wilson was a professional basketball player all around Europe. After a long career on the court – last at the Manchester Giants – the now-retired player had to look into his future career prospects, and found a new passion in hacking and cybersecurity. How he made the switch, and how a MentorCruise mentor helped him with that.
Bringing together a mentor and a mentee is hard, but it’s even harder to make sure that a mentorship can work out over a longer period time. Over the months, we’ve collected a few tips on how to make mentorships work out, and we hope you can learn from them.
Helping people grow is what we like to do. People on MentorCruise use their mentor for a vast variety of things. The most popular direction: Career mentorship. In this post, we are outlining what a career mentor can do for you, and finally – how to get one.
Data Science is one of the most trending career paths right now, but it’s also one of the most competitive ones to get into. With hundreds of master students and PhDs entering the workforce every year, career changers and starters may get discouraged.
Open-Source code gets pushed every single day. In some cases, code is so useful to others, that the project gains a certain popularity. In this article, we handpicked a few of the most exciting, fast growing Python Libraries of this year.
Since early last year, I’ve been running a global mentorship platform called MentorCruise. What started as a small experiment a year ago, has grown into a go-to source when it comes to tech mentorship, with over 120 available mentors that have actively helped over 300 people last year.