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Hiring Top Tech Talent: Expert Strategies

As a former owner of a successful software company, I have extensive experience hiring tech workers from platforms like Upwork and Freelancer.

Throughout my career, I’ve screened hundreds, if not thousands, of applications and developed a keen eye for identifying top talent. In this article, I will share my insights on what to look for in tech workers and provide a step-by-step process to ensure you make the best hiring decisions for your business.

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Learn These 2 Tools for Deeper Artificial Intelligence Solutions

Since DALL-E, and the GPT family of large language models models burst on the scene, artificial intelligence applications have gone mainstream. As you probably know, you can use AI technologies in a variety of languages such as C#, Java, and even JavaScript through publically available APIs.

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The Need to Differentiate Your AI Product

Alex Banks has a great article discussing how devs and businesses can differentiate their AI-related product. He describes the problem as such:

Building applications on top of large language models (LLMs) has been the latest craze in this fast-flowing water. More people making more products means a lot of commoditisation. You get a flood of people who don’t innovate when a new technology comes around.

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Fix Red Tint in Windows

The other day I noticed my Windows 11 desktop had a red tint to it. After a bunch of reading and experimenting, I discover that the Windows nightlight feature seems to have permanently altered my colors – even after a shutdown/startup.  To resolve this I ended up doing a ‘full’ shutdown and reboot (by default Windows does a quick shutdown which causes the system to not fully initialize).  If you are having this problem, just do the following:

  1. {Shutdown all applications}
  2. Open a command prompt (Windows button > type cmd > Click Command Prompt.
  3. Type shutdown /r /t 0
  4. {Wait for reboot}

Since I kept having problems with this I went ahead and disable night light altogether (Windows button > Night Light) and just installed f.lux instead.

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