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When a salesperson misses their quota, not only do they have to explain what happened to their current boss, but also a future employer. How will they ever get their dream job?! Here is how to craft a narrative that allows hiring managers to see candidates as more than just a missed quota.

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Samantha’s background in film and design from Iona College might tempt you to ask why she ended up in sales, but after hearing her story, there is no question sales is exactly where she is supposed to be. Samantha has been hugely successful since joining MongoDB in 2016 and even was awarded the Top Performing Rep Globally in Q1 & Q2 of 2017.

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As a senior at Baylor University, Dom Steinmann had a competitive job offer with a Fortune 50 company in Houston. Three months before graduation, all his plans changed. In May 2016, Dom Steinmann joined AppDynamics and has watched the company has taken off.

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Ever since opening their Dallas doors in 2011, AppDynamics has been rapidly growing their Texas sales office. Over the last seven years, the team has quadrupled in size. Stephen Haltom, one of the first Dallas employees gave us a behind-the-scenes look into the Dallas office's explosive growth story.

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MongoDB is a document model database that allows users the ability to leverage their unstructured data. But to the Everygirl and Everyman, what does that really mean?! Here are five tips to truly understanding MongoDB.

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AppDynamics is an application performance monitoring software company. But to the Everygirl and Everyman, what does that really mean?! Here are five tips to truly understanding AppDynamics.

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Founders Elio, Dwight and Kevin broke the model when they decided to start the soon-to-be software success story, MongoDB, in New York City. Despite not following the other tech companies to the Bay Area, MongoDB forged its own path to success with an IPO of $192 million in October 2017.

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At 21 years old, Founder of AppDynamics, Jyoti Bansal, moved to Silicon Valley and began his career as a software engineer. From an early age, Jyoti knew two things: 1) he wanted to be an entrepreneur and 2) the whole world was going to run on software.

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