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Headspring Systems Seeks 100 App Developers

Posted In Looking in Tech
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Austin, Texas-based enterprise software development firm Headspring Systems plans to hire 100 app developers by the end of the year, with most of the hires based in Dallas, where it’s opening a new office. The company nearly tripled its headcount last year and expanded to Houston. It plans a Chicago office in 2015. The company focuses on custom application development, business intelligence and systems integration. In February, it launched a mobile division. Opening in May, the Dallas office will hire… continue…

Why Managed Code is Safer

C# as Machine Code
One of the biggest sea changes in computing took place in the late 1990s, with the switch over to running managed code, first with Java and then a couple of years later with .NET. Prior to this, compiled code (typically written in C, C++, Visual Basic or Delphi/Pascal) produced unmanaged code. Yes, both of these run machine code. So what’s the difference? Unmanaged Code Unmanaged code is just low level code (machine code) that the CPU (Central Processing Unit) executes… continue…

What Cognizant Looks for in New Hires

Posted In Looking in Tech
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Cognizant Technology Solutions has a growing business in global consulting, IT and business process services, and its workforce is an important part of the equation. In an interview with Dice News, James Lennox, the Teaneck, N.J., company’s chief people officer, said Cognizant was hiring for several thousand full-time positions in North America through the end of 2013. However, the company wouldn’t break down hiring details further, noting country hires would depend on the nature of projects won and delivered. In… continue…

Microsoft Posts First Test HTTP 2 Server “Katana”

Posted In DataCenter
HTTP 2.0 will add support for multiplexing across asynchronous connections, header compression, request-response pipelining and other features. continue…

Java vs. C#: Which Performs Better in the ‘Real World’?

Posted In Cloud
Java and C# each have their fans (and detractors). But which language wins out in a set of real-world performance tests? continue…