Employers trying to hire for open source talent are plagued by a lack of candidates who are sufficiently trained, according to the Linux Foundation. It's released the sixth annual look at career opportunities in open source software. This leaves ample opportunity for those interested in this area to seek training that will help them stand out to employers. The report conveniently shows where the most opportunities for open source jobs are located. It also identifies some factors that tend to motivate professionals that work in this field or who might be happy about switching to this field.
In Silicon Valley, New York City, or Boston, a blockchain developer has an annual average salary of $158,000. This is $18,000 higher than regular software developers. Those who have blockchain iterations experience, such as Hyperledger Composer and Solidity, command even greater salaries.
The Internet has changed the way people do business, especially when it comes to retail. More and more people are opting to purchase items online, making a big impact on how retailers do business all the way down the line to the manufacturers they use.
Below we are going to discuss some of the most popular software engineer interview questions that you need to know. Preparing for these questions can be the difference between landing your dream job and having to continue your search for a position through a different employer.
If “hacker” seems like a bad word to you, it's because smart people of low character have given it a bad name. "Ethical hacker" doesn't have to be an oxymoron. There really is such a thing as a Certified Ethical Hacker credential, and it provides a great way for tech gurus to take back the hack.
The financial services industry is alive with buzz about virtual assistants, chatbots, and other artificial intelligence (AI). Advanced tech promises big things in the future of banking because it makes everything simpler and easier to understand. Smart tech lets customers skip phone trees and find the answers they need? Welcome to the age of virtual assistants and chatbots.