I’ll be the first to admit that I like to wait to buy a new tech gadget until “they work the bugs out.” I also don’t like to purchase things for the sake of having the next cool thing. There has to be a need. “No, Felix, I don’t need the large face Watchismo watch. Yes, they look pretty cool and they are attention grabbers, but it takes the same body motion and effort to pull my smartphone out, which I paid a pretty penny for anyway.” It’s perfectly fine to spend according to your personal style, and I do. It’s also wise to be frugal, especially when it comes to business needs, so I think I can relate to “wise” shoppers. I am, however, still surprised to find a few companies who use a manual hiring process.
Back in my college days, I took a math course where I had to learn how to compute Fourier Transforms, which converted a function of time into a function of frequency and vice versa. I recall these computations taking a lot of time and at least a couple of pages to complete. Here's what I'm talking about: