Posts Tagged ‘programming’

Programming Language Rankings by GitHub and Stack Overflow

Friday, January 23rd, 2015

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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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When Is Too Late to Start Programming?

Thursday, January 15th, 2015

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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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Myths Job-Hunting Developers Must Know About

Friday, December 26th, 2014

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More and more people are looking for IT careers over the past years. The reasons are a strong demand for new specialists among IT companies and higher annual wages when compared to other fields. Searching for a new IT position in a competitive tech job market can be a really challenging battle. There are lots of the common myths surrounding IT careers. If one of this myths is the reason you still cannot decide whether to try coding, then you need to find out just how true it is or not.

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Free Online Courses to Improve Tech Skills

Wednesday, December 10th, 2014

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Universities and colleges are providing education to those who need the basic knowledge and background of any IT area. But sometimes these educational institutions cannot provide the most current knowledge because the tech world is changing so quickly. In the time between your first and last years at college, technologies can be updated or used in totally new ways.

Thanks to the Internet, a deeper understanding of any topic can be gained after completing an open learning course. We’ve checked some free online courses that can help you get up to date with the last tech trends.

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Online Resources to Start Learning to Code

Tuesday, December 9th, 2014

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Most IT specialists have friends and/or kids who might be interested in learning how to code, but their friends and/or kids don’t know from where to begin. It is the same as with learning foreign languages, it would be easier if you start learning in your younger years. Getting used to such programming languages as .NET, HTML, CSS, and Java ensures that you’ll have a deeper understanding of tech world and this will open new opportunities for becoming an IT specialist. We’ve checked-out some online resources for kids and adults which can help you to develop intelligence in coding.

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