It's not all about programming, according to LinkedIn.
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Rajul Garg and Dinesh Singh have devised a cost-effective solution for the beleaguered Indian techie.
A recent skills and jobs survey is a harbinger to a nightmarish future that awaits the average Indian engineer.
Despite the conflicting opinions that businesses hiring for data scientist and big-data roles seem to harbour, they do agree on the importance of software development skills.
If you are considering a move to one of the fastest-expanding countries in the world, this blog wants to help you get the answers you need.
A new Microsoft job posting verifies that Windows Blue will include user experience improvements, not just under-the-covers interface tweaks. Bonus: There's a reference to 'Windows Phone Blue' on Microsoft's job site, too.
Not only is the IT skills shortage in Australia a myth, but the idea that organisations have to outsource IT jobs overseas is also a fallacy, according to CommBank CIO Michael Harte.
Windows 8 is out for enterprises, Chinese smartphone makers are in, big data jobs will outnumber qualified candidates around the world and Western economy IT pros will work for fast-growing Asia firms, according to Gartner.
Contrary to the national unemployment rate, there are plenty of jobs available in Silicon Valley. The problem is finding the right people with the right skills to fill them.
What skills shortage? Australian CIOs weigh in on the ease or difficulty of finding the right ICT professionals.
Boston-based startup Smarterer wants to replace the "skills" section of your resume with a series of scores based on online quizzes. It's an idea worth millions.
The semiconductor maker, which has Nokia as a major customer, will try to reverse deepening losses by trimming down its R&D efforts and focusing on bundled systems for mobile manufacturers
Most people grumble about their job at some point, but certain recurring issues might just be a sign that you and IT are not made for one another, says Jack Wallen
One of Android's besetting sins is fragmentation, creating an uncertain market and confused users. At least, that's the argument: as history demonstrates, the truth is rather different
Australia: not enough skilled workers, or not enough workers with the right skills?
Outsourcing may look good on paper — until you factor in a number of undesirable side effects, says Jack Wallen
The latest ABS job figures reflect a cautious economy, with fears of a Greek economic collapse making businesses everywhere wary of spending more than they have to.
The Department of Defence and its suppliers are set to go to war with the NBN Co for skilled workers in the near future as the national shortage begins to take its toll on planned major infrastructure projects.
And the best paid IT job is...
Out with the old Windows Task Manager, in with the new!