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Demand for data scientists and other data and analytics professionals continues to grow in the job marketplace as enterprise organizations look to build out their business infrastructures for a new era. But even data scientists need to stay on top of new trends and technologies to stay relevant. That’s according to top data science and analytics recruiter Linda Burtch, founder of Burtchworks Executive Recruiting, which also publishes regular salary research reports for data and analytics professionals. Burtch outlined some key points…Read More
IT is evolving rapidly, and the skills required to succeed in IT are changing quickly as well. Cloud computing, cybersecurity and data analytics are just a few of the skills employers will look for in the next few years, and several certifications are emerging to help you demonstrate your expertise. Global Knowledge’s 2017 IT Skills and Salary Report identified a number of new and emerging certifications aimed at skills that are “leading the charge,” according to Global Knowledge. Here are 13 IT certifications on the rise to help you get an edge…Read More
We just might be at a point where IT professionals — from the overworked help desk staffer up to the CIO in the fancy office — long for the good old days. You remember those days, when technology, that “T” in IT, ruled the day. That was when the to-do list was filled with tasks such as configuring hardware, testing compatibility of software packages, upgrading databases, responding to “stupid user” complaints, and fighting to keep hackers out of a system. Even the move to the cloud often was a bits and bytes and connections challenge. Read More
Programming languages will always interest most tech pros, even if they give up coding for another line of work, such as full-time management. And as a new poll suggests, the older tech pros get, the more they fall in love with newer languages. As part of its 2018 Developer Skills survey, HackerRank asked tech pros about their favorite programming languages; it also queried which language (or languages) they were planning to learn next. Using a ‘love-dislike’ algorithm, HackerRank identified which languages were popular, and broke its findings…Read More
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