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What the Next 18 Months Hold for Software Careers

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It’s easy to put your head down and focus on the work that you have to do today. To think about the job you’re doing now. To think about the technology you know already. To understand the team structure you’re currently in. That’s what’s now. But what’s next? Let’s take a walk through the next 18 months and see where engineering is going. Focus on Learning What’s Going On: Hiring managers have figured out that tomorrow’s skills won’t be today’s… continue…

No Experience? You Can Still Get the Job

Posted In Looking in Tech
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You hear about it a lot: Employers want job seekers who have the right experience, but you can’t get the experience if someone doesn’t hire you for the right job. In this week’s Dice News Hangout, Sharadon Smith of the Nova Job Center in Sunnyvale, Calif., and Dice Software Engineering Community Guide Catherine Powell look at how both job seekers fresh out of college and those trying to change their career path can break the cycle.

Demand for IT Engineers Shows in Salaries

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IT engineers continue to be in demand, and the proof is in their salaries, according to the 2013–2014 PayScale College Salary report. Their roles accounted for a sizable chunk of the top 10 salaries across all industries when measured by median pay for graduates with at least 10 years of experience. Computer engineering majors, sharing sixth place with electrical engineering majors, had an annual median salary of $106,000 for those at the mid-career level. When starting out – with five… continue…

JavaScript Is Eating the World

Love it or hate it, a modern developer can’t ignore JavaScript. continue…

Schemas in MongoDB with Node.js

How to create schema-based documents in MongoDB. continue…

Cloud9 IDE Puts Cloud to Developers’ Advantage

Posted In Cloud
Cloud9 IDE’s new features, including real-time collaboration, help bring the power of the cloud to developers. continue…