Rich Hein

Managing Editor

Rich Hein is a Managing Editor for CIO.com, covering IT careers and varied technology topics. He has worked in technology publishing since 2000. Most recently, Rich was Digital Web/SEO Specialist for the American Hotel & Lodging Educational Institute, serving as the liaison between the organization's marketing and IT departments. Previously, he was a Managing Editor at Internet.com/Quinstreet, where he ran several sites (including Developer.com and CodeGuru.com) during his 12-year tenure there.

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Top 10 oddball tech job interview questions

Top 10 oddball tech job interview questions

What’s that got to do with the job? That’s what you’ll be thinking after looking through this list of oddball interview questions published by Glassdoor.

How DevOps can redefine your IT strategy

How DevOps can redefine your IT strategy

Is DevOps the flavor of the month or the competitive advantage you’ve been looking for? We ask experts what they think of the trend, where to find talent and how IT workers can break into this emerging field within IT.

How to Lead When Working Through Layoffs

How to Lead When Working Through Layoffs

As an IT manager, one of your many jobs is to keep your team productive and its morale high through a layoff process. That, of course, is no easy task, so we asked tech leaders and career experts what you can do to ease fears and keep...

IT Certification Hot List 2015: 10 That Deliver Higher Pay

Certifications abound in the IT industry, but they are not all equal. To help you find the ones that will result in the most financial gain, twice a year we look at which certifications are poised for the biggest growth.

10 Best Tech Jobs in America

10 Best Tech Jobs in America

Find out which tech jobs offer the most job satisfaction, average salaries and growth opportunity, according to data from Glassdoor.

Why Improving Emotional IQs Makes for Better IT Leaders

Why Improving Emotional IQs Makes for Better IT Leaders

Hiring and retaining talent is becoming a priority as CIOs struggle to find and retain top talent. Raising the emotional IQ of your IT leaders is one big step towards creating a culture where people want to work.

7 iOS Apps for Developers on the Go

7 iOS Apps for Developers on the Go

Today’s developers need to be mobile to be efficient because problems don’t go away when you’re out of the office. This list of iOS apps promises to keep you connected and able to handle tasks regardless of where and when they come...

8 Key IT Hiring Trends to Watch for in 2015

8 Key IT Hiring Trends to Watch for in 2015

Which technology skills will be in the biggest demand in 2015? CIO.com talked to Foote Partners to find out what IT leaders need to be on the lookout for in the months ahead.

11 Things to Consider Before Going to Work for a Startup

11 Things to Consider Before Going to Work for a Startup

Tech startups are unlike other workplaces you have encountered. They sound exciting and glamorous —and perhaps some of them are —but if you haven’t worked for one before and you’re considering giving it a go, there are some things to...

16 of the Hottest IT Skills for 2015

16 of the Hottest IT Skills for 2015

2015 will bring new opportunities for professional growth and development, not to mention more money. But what specific skills will add the most value for your career advancement in the new year.

9 Reasons Good Employees Leave -- and How You Can Prevent It

9 Reasons Good Employees Leave -- and How You Can Prevent It

The average tenure for IT workers is less than 3.8 years, according to Payscale. And while you’ll never eliminate employee turnover, these strategies can help you motivate and ultimately retain your best talent.

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