Mentors are loved by mentees and employers alike. They are great leaders, show empathy for people in sticky situations and know their skill in-and-out. So, how can you become a mentor?
We help thousands of mentees reaching their career goals in the tech industry, but we’re by far not alone with that! Re:create does something very similar, so how are we different from each other?
Keith is a professional senior engineer with experience from working at small-town product shops to large big-city corporations. But his history is a lot longer: Before he entered Tech at 26, he was working in restaurants, customer service and other temporary jobs. How Keith got into tech as a second career, and how he can help you reach your goals.
Developers around the world are lining up every week to the the AWS Certified Developer Associate (or short, CDA) exam. Passing is hard, so if you want to be prepared perfectly, let’s start here.
Tech is one of the most challenging, inspiring and dynamic industries in the world. Renowned as the mecca of research and innovation, its constantly evolving landscape has paved the way for some incredible inventions — from self-driving cars to drones landing on Mars — and has made it a hotbed for talented graduates and professionals looking to reach their potential.
Raffaele Miele has been a mentor on MentorCruise for almost all of its existence. Furthermore, he describes himself as being a life-long mentor. In this post, we talk to one of our earliest and most experienced mentors about his background, mentoring style and experience.