Posted by Ivan Lytvyn, Web Marketer
January 30th, 2015

Key IT Hiring Trends in 2015

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In the last post we talked about some future jobs that could be in high demand in the next 10 or 15 years. The background for these future jobs is forming now. Today’s trends will determine tomorrow’s jobs. IT has already been integrated in lots of everyday spheres and touches many parts of today’s businesses, governments, social organizations and many others. A reasonable question is ‘What trends in IT employment are going to dominate in 2015?’

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Posted by Ivan Lytvyn, Web Marketer
January 28th, 2015

20 Jobs of the Future

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Can you name 10 jobs that were not popular or even non-existent just 10 years ago? A lot of technologies and programming languages appear every single day and this results in new occupations and jobs. According to Thomas Frey (Google’s top rated Futurist Speaker): ‘60% of the best jobs in the next 10 years haven’t been invented yet’.

Research agency “Sparks&Honey” has offered its vision of the future. This vision contains 20 professions, according to the authors, that could be really in high demand in the next decade.

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Posted by Ivan Lytvyn, Web Marketer
January 27th, 2015

Main Principles of Responsive Web Design

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Responsive Web Design is a key solution to correct page viewing on screens of all sizes. Different devices that have different screen sizes appear every day, so designing in pixels for either desktop computers or smartphones is a thing of the past. This is why it’s so important to study the principles of responsive web design – a design that compares the adaptability and flexibility of a web page and can be effective in our multi-device age.

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Posted by Ivan Lytvyn, Web Marketer
January 23rd, 2015

Programming Language Rankings by GitHub and Stack Overflow

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Developers often discuss which languages are best, or which are on the rise. How would you rank the popularity of a programming language? The consultants from RedMonk (Drew Conway and John Myles White) have prepared an analysis of the most popular languages comparing the relative performance of the programming languages on GitHub and Stack Overflow. Find out in the blog post below what are the most popular programming languages of today.

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Posted by Ivan Lytvyn, Web Marketer
January 15th, 2015

When Is Too Late to Start Programming?

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What factors should you consider when deciding if you are too old to start to learn programming? Is it true that Google, Facebook, and Apple employ only those ones who have started coding in primary school or even while in kindergarten? How old is too old to start an IT career?

The geeks from Google and other IT corporations, professors, and psychologists have shared their opinions on Quora, answering to a 14-years old teen about the paths of successful developers. Do you want to know what they have answered? Then check the blog post below.

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