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Gender nurture and diversity in IT & technology

Posted by on Oct 13, 2015 | 1 comment

Gender nurture and diversity in IT & technology

Poll shows boys feel more encouraged than girls to pursue their interests in IT & Tech CW Jobs have conducted a YouGov poll to explore the gap between the numbers of men and women working within the IT industry. The poll found that of the x number of people asked, 17% of men work in an IT and Te

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Meeting the demand for specialist skills in the IT sector

Posted by on Oct 2, 2015 | No comments

Meeting the demand for specialist skills in the IT sector

CWJobs’ latest skills report, which uses data gathered over the past seven years indicates demand for IT talent is outstripping the availability of candidates, (areas suggests locations) meaning attracting and retaining the best candidates poses an increasing challenge for recruiters, especially f

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UK IT & Tech Experts have spoken! The world is more likely to be saved by the computer ind...

Posted by on Jul 7, 2015 | No comments

UK IT & Tech Experts have spoken! The world is more likely to be saved by the computer industry than destroyed by it

Intrigued by what IT and Tech professionals think about the future of the industry and its effect on the world, CW Jobs conducted a survey with YouGov to find out whether we are positive or negative about our industry’s role in the fate of the earth. When presented with world ending or world savin

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YouGov & CW Jobs Poll: IT & Tech Professionals polled on their industry’s causation of w...

Posted by on Jul 3, 2015 | No comments

YouGov & CW Jobs Poll: IT & Tech Professionals polled on their industry’s causation of world saving and world ending scenarios.

CW Jobs have run a YouGov poll asking 517 decision makers from within the IT and Technology industry what they think about how Tech will affect the future, and the fate of the world. Highlighted findings A quarter of those polled had a more positive outlook believing that their industry could save t

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Becoming a Security Strategist

Posted by on Jul 28, 2014 | No comments

Becoming a Security Strategist

Operational IT security staff will always be in demand, but there’s a glass ceiling for technical experts. Breaking through that ceiling requires a thorough knowledge of cybersecurity at a strategic level, along with a good understanding of business drivers and constraints. How can IT staff ta

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Mobile and security: what are the key skills for developers?

Posted by on Jul 21, 2014 | No comments

Mobile and security: what are the key skills for developers?

I recently attended Google I/O Extended in London, a chance to watch keynotes and sessions live streamed from Google’s annual conference in San Francisco. Google presented its latest ambitions for Android beyond smartphones and tablets, including Android TV, Android Wear (for wearables like smart

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Win Freelance IT Work With A World-Class CV

Posted by on Jul 16, 2014 | No comments

Win Freelance IT Work With A World-Class CV

See that Word file sitting on your computer? The one with ‘Curriculum Vitae’ at the top? Don’t think of it as a CV. Think of it as a weapon. It’s possibly your most powerful one, in the battle for work. In many cases, it’s your first point of contact with a potential cl

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Data Quality Skills for Data Scientists

Posted by on Jun 30, 2014 | No comments

Data Quality Skills for Data Scientists

Much of the outcome of the work of data scientists working with big data may be from the analytical work using their analytical skills. However much of the time spend in exploiting big data will be about getting the data quality right before being able to analyse the data. Within data management the

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The developer’s dilemma: which new skills are worth learning?

Posted by on Jun 23, 2014 | No comments

The developer’s dilemma: which new skills are worth learning?

Impress employers by knowing which technologies are ready to adopt, and which are too old to use Software developers have a dilemma. Vendors are always pushing their latest and greatest, but trying to keep up with the flavour of the month from Microsoft, Oracle, IBM and so on is not only exhausting,

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Buzzword Buster: Front-end Development

Posted by on Jun 13, 2014 | No comments

Buzzword Buster: Front-end Development

When did the web become so back to front? The difference between a backend developer and a front end designer used to be very clear. Server-side developers handled the code, including talking to the database, and managing the ‘brains’ of an application, telling it what to do. Front-end d

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