Filcro Media Staffing’s global broadcasting and interactive technology group specializes in recruiting BO&E and everything behind the scenes. The Java development programmers, chief technology executives and even the systems engineers across all media platforms are part of our recruitment practice.
TV Networks, Motion Picture Studios, MSO’s, Gaming, Wireless Providers and Electronics Manufactures (OEMS’s) are the primary clients of the firm.
Recruitment scope ranges from programmers, PM’s to CIO’s. Our recruitment geographics are global, even placing the COO’s of the organizations CONUS and OCONUS that technology reports into. Filcro Media Staffing has conducted search assignments in the Americas, Asia, The Middle East, North Africa and Europe for in-country and global relocation to noted broadcast technology and intellectual centers all over the world.
Technology is evolving at exponential rates and Filcro Media Staffing stays current with important trends to always give our clients a cutting-edge advantage.
We remember a search where the 2.7 release of the LLVM compiler infrastructure, was relevant and now 7.0 is dated. Since alignment is no longer an argument, and are instead conveyed as parameter attributes, this too will effect another area of concern with SCALE for some emerging CMS products that can now be optimized.
The mission of Filcro Media Staffing is to make business goals a reality through the identification, recruitment and attraction of exceptionally talented media executives who can bring business, technology and creative initiatives to fruition.
Our industry is not compartmented, success is based on a compilation of factors that are just as complex as the people we hire. At Filcro Media Staffing we take a holistic approach to talent acquisition with a granular understanding of every facet of the industry.
Some tips for our coding friends!
- Do not consume more than 10 energy drinks in a five hour period.
- If you start to feel lightheaded or dizzy, stop immediately. This is not from fatigue. This is caused by prolonged staring at the screen and the 5 sessions of World of Warcraft you have running simultaneously in the background.
- You should not be hallucinating. If you see anything out of the ordinary, like “a perfect line of code” stop coding immediately.
- Sitting still for a prolonged amount of time can result in... you being taken out with the trash, or decorated around. Try and move or blink every now and then.
- If you look in the mirror and see the fellow below... It’s time to move out of programming and into systems.
I’ve been writing code for 18 hours straight and I feel fine.