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  • IBMer Spotlight: Meet Erich Manser http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQTJK

    IBMer Spotlight: Meet Erich Manser

    We grab a coffee with IBMers from around the world, and share our chat in this weekly spotlight series. This week you can meet Erich, from IBM US. In the morning, I like my coffee... Maybe not a popular answer, but I'm more of a Green Tea guy!!

  • U.S. debuts "world's fastest" supercomputer from IBM http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQTJW

    U.S. Says Its Supercomputer Leaps Ahead of Chinese Rival

    The U.S. Department of Energy is debuting a supercomputer from IBM that it says is the world's fastest and leapfrogs a Chinese machine that has held the top spot for the last two years.

  • Stuck in a Career Rut? Ten Steps to Get Back on Track http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQTRh

    Stuck in a Career Rut? Ten Steps to Get Back on Track

    Are you prematurely plateaued in your career? Are you stuck at your current level, but don't know why? You're doing all you can. You're volunteering for every assignment. You're working 10-14 hours a day. But no promotion. Chances are, everything you're doing is right, but you're either in the wrong job, or doing the wrong things.

  • IBM, JP Morgan, Amazon and Tesla lead entry-level job applications from college students http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQTaG

    These 25 companies receive the most entry-level job applications from college students

    In addition to the top 25 firms (see full list below), the Handshake report revealed that the current generation of college students are rewriting the rules on resume writing, and seeking new types of jobs across an increasing number of cities. 1.

  • Looking for the Elephant in the Room http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQKYp

    Looking for the Elephant in the Room

    IBM Fellow Hillery Hunter compares her team's work to the Indian parable of blind men investigating an elephant: Each blind man feels a different part of the elephant body ... [but] their descriptions are in complete disagreement on what an elephant is. Hillery, Director of Accelerated Cognitive Infrastructure in IBM Research, believes that "Despite initial...

  • How Aaron And The IBM iX Team Take The Work Out Of Play http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQ63d

    How Aaron And The IBM iX Team Take The Work Out Of Play

    Aaron Baughman and the IBM Interactive Experience (iX) team take good things and make them better. For example, when the Recording Academy hosted the 60th annual GRAMMY Awards. And Aaron and his teammates-with Watson's help-made sure millions of viewers around the world were able to access highlights in near real-time.

  • Cultivate allies to create an inclusive workplace: IBM’s “Becoming an LGBT+ Ally” course now available http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQ6mD

  • This IBM Scientist Wants You To Take The Bus http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQ6D6

    This IBM Scientist Wants You To Take The Bus

    Emmanuel Delamarche thinks public transportation is going to save the planet. And not only because it's the environmentally responsible way to travel. But let's back this story up a bit: Emmanuel, manager of precision diagnostics in IBM Research - Zurich, was disturbed by the global rise in counterfeit diagnostic tests that had started flooding the...

  • Who Can Be An Inventor? http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQfM2

    Who Can Be An Inventor?

    The next time you enjoy a pretzel smothered in mustard, think of Laura Storey and thank her family. "My Great-Grandfather invented the machine that takes the husks out of mustard seeds, giving us smooth mustard." Other family members have patents for technical drawing tools, an early prototype photocopier and the world's most popular hip replacement...

  • This Spider-Blocker Has Some Sound Advice About What To Do With Your Inventions http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQfHH

    This Spider-Blocker Has Some Sound Advice About What To Do With Your Inventions

    In 2002, Stefan Lehmann made a giant leap. He moved from the shores of the Baltic sea to the dry heat of Tucson, Arizona. While there's plenty of "beach" in his new home, but no water, Stefan's liquid assets-his innovative mind and client-centric focus-are celebrated at the IBM Systems Storage Hub in Tucson.

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