I am sure you all know who W.E. Hickson is. Sure you do. He was the 19th-century poet who famously said, “If at first you don’t succeed, try, try again.” When University of California San Diego Ph.D. candidate Raj Krishnan first entered the UCSD Entrepreneur Challenge business plan competition, he didn’t make the cut. No […]
Wikipedia defines “nerd” as “an intelligent but single-minded person obsessed with a nonsocial hobby or pursuit. Nerds are generally considered to be awkward, shy and/or unattractive by most.” Well, the world and the word have changed. The new nerd is outgoing, charming, attractive, articulate, and athletic with diverse social interests and hobbies. They fish, surf, […]
You all know what DNA is — the genetic code of life, the Watson/Crick double helix that you learned about in high school. If you can’t blame your life on your parents, then for sure, you can blame it on your Deoxyribonucleic acid. Now, an NDA is quite another matter. That stands for nondisclosure agreement, […]
Deirdre Stewart, employee No. 37 at sleep diagnostic leader ResMed, left after 12 years and returned to Australia, where she started her own business because once ResMed became a big company, “it wasn’t right for me.” Read more on SignOnSanDiego.com.
If you can write software code, you can name your job. The Help Wanted sign is prominently posted at more than 50 companies in town. Intuit is looking for a senior software engineer. Here is the spec: “competitive compensation, benefits, unstructured time to work on your own idea, fitness center, cafe, free time for community […]
Collaboration. Community. Campus. Connections. The Ansir Innovation Center, above the Tea Garden restaurant on Convoy Street between Engineer and Opportunity Roads in Kearny Mesa (talk about a Fortune Cookie address), is doing just that in creating the future of entrepreneurship in San Diego. Read more on SignOnSanDiego.com.