Is Empathy The Future Of Technology?

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Computer technology is inherently cold and impersonal. That’s been its draw since its inception. Technology doesn’t get marred down in the subjective. It simply provides output based directly on the given input. However, technology has evolved significantly in the last decade and we have become reliant on it in nearly every aspect of our lives…. Read more »

Doing Good For The World And Your Resume: How Volunteering Can Help You Get IT Experience

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If you keep your finger on the pulse of what’s happening in the tech industry, you likely know that employers across the country are struggling to find top tech talent. If you are a job seeker in today’s market, you have probably wondered why, then, tech job searches can languish for months at a time… Read more »

How NYC is Edging Out Silicon Valley in Top Tech Niches

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Silicon Valley is synonymous with tech culture but in recent years, New York City has been earning enough of a reputation to potentially unseat the Valley as the capital of tech. In fact, in several key niches, New York is actually outpacing Silicon Valley, making it a top destination for growing businesses and for tech… Read more »

A New H-1B Rule Won’t Benefit Large Tech Companies

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Few industries rely on H-1B visas as much as the tech industry does, and leaders have been keeping a close eye on proposed changes to the H-1B system since the current administration announced its intention to change the program. While new rules have not yet been implemented, tech leaders need to be aware of the… Read more »

Why Developers Must Stay on Top of New Smartphone Habits

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Developers know they must stay on top of trends as far as technology, hardware, software and languages are concerned. However, there is another trend that developers should stay connected to: changing habits of smartphone users. The ways in which people rely on their phones evolves continually, and in order to provide positive user experiences, developers… Read more »

Transferable Skills That Will Make Your Tech Resume Stand Out

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Every tech job you apply to will have a list of IT skills that you must possess in order to land the job. However, hiring decisions are based on much more than your list of hard skills. Hiring decisions are made based on your experience, your performance in the interview, as well as soft skills… Read more »

Stack Overflow Updates its Code of Conduct

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Most people would agree that pockets of the internet have become quite toxic in recent years. Stack Overflow is one such pocket. Despite its original policy requiring users to “be nice,” Stack Overflow has become a place where people are anything but nice to one another. In response to the toxic level of negativity that… Read more »

How Your Title Can Affect Your Cybersecurity Salary

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It’s no secret that cybersecurity professionals are in high demand.  Companies of all sizes must work diligently to keep sensitive information safe from hacks and exposure.  This urgent and ongoing need has led to rapidly-increasing salaries in cybersecurity, attracting new tech pros to the field every day. However, if you want to earn top dollar,… Read more »

The Perfect Fit: The BI Tools Your Company Needs

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The success of any business intelligence implementation lies in choosing the right tools. The self-service BI market has exploded in recent years, providing organizations of all sizes with nearly endless options. This has leveled the playing field, putting advanced BI tools within financial reach of SMBs, and has freed up IT teams from the bonds… Read more »

Get a New Job with Updated C Programming Skills

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Created in 1972 by Dennis Ritchie of Bell Labs, C has since become one of the most popular programming languages of all time. While many developers believe everyone should know it, some still write it off as an outdated language that isn’t necessary to learn to build a great career. However, there is a viable… Read more »