A look at the social media specialist role and what you should expect regarding skills, experience, responsibilities and salary
CEO Nadella was determined to increase investments in new technologies like IoT
20 November 2014, 09:35. Topics: Career
Replacement for Vishal Sikka finally announced
12 November 2014, 09:05. Topics: Career
One really talented person "more important" than three average people
10 November 2014, 16:11. Topics: Start-Ups
Searching for developers, designers, IT professionals who have a great idea for the connected car
05 November 2014, 10:01. Topics: Career
- Big data professionals earn 25percent more than general IT workers
- Codacy unveils ‘FitBit for developers’ with code goal-tracking features
- EE to cut 350 head office jobs
- TechCrunch and Makers Academy to hunt for rockstar developers at London hackathon
- Mobile software development firm Chelsea Apps Factory to open new dev centre in Belfast
Learning from the SaaS pioneer
10 September 2014, 02:27. Topics: Career
Suggestions presented in a manifesto out today
03 September 2014, 11:27. Topics: Start-Ups
Joining an open-source community isn't required to land a development job, but it could help
11 February 2014, 15:47. Topics: Apps
Education alone won't result in a job offer. Employers want candidates who have used their tech skills
09 December 2013, 23:57. Topics: Apps
Career coaches weigh in on how tech pros can shine in their job interviews
Here are a few tips to help you enjoy social networking and not worry about interfering with your ability to land that perfect job
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