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The technology market is regularly evolving and so are the jobs and skills necessary to keep things moving forward. We asked an expert what the year ahead holds for IT professionals. Technology is constantly evolving, and so are the skills and the roles enabled by continuing innovation. What tech jobs will boom and which will bust in 2017? Here, Gene Richardson, COO of Experts Exchange, offers his take on which job roles will continue to be hot and which ones will become obsolete this year. Read More
Every business relationship needs to have boundaries and guidelines that govern the way that participating parties work together. And though most tech pros are very open about demanding timely updates and constructive feedback from recruiters, they may not realize that tech recruiters have ground rules, too. Recruiting’s unwritten rules of engagement not only build trust, but can also lead to success. So in the spirit of getting everyone on the same page, here are several ground rules that you should follow to maximize…Read More
The Russians spent a year inside the Democratic National Committee before they were discovered. It took five months for OPM to catch the thieves that stole the records of more than four million federal employees. Intruders broke into Yahoo’s systems in 2013, and we don’t even know how long they were inside; Yahoo only discovered the hack when stolen data turned up for sale on the dark web. We invest more and more in our security, but the breaches just get bigger. How many more times does this have to happen before…Read More
Artificial intelligence is affecting everything from automobiles to health care to home automation and even sports. It’s also going to have a measurable impact on software development, with developers becoming more like data scientists, an AI official with Nvidia believes. AI and deep learning will mean changes in how software is written, said Jim McHugh, vice president and general manager for Nvidia’s DGX-1 supercomputer, which is used in deep learning and accelerated analytics. The long-standing paradigm…Read More
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