Given that Amazon only introduced their technology certifications in 2013 makes this even more notable. Leading the way is the Solutions Architect certification – the other certifications (Developer, DevOps) that are high in rankings but not counted here due to the number of respondents. https://www.globalknowledge.com/us-en/content/articles/top-paying-certifications/
Is it Burnout? Salary? Working Conditions? The “Boss”? According to the results of the 2015 Linkedin Global Talent Trends survey of over 20 000 full time workers in 29 countries. Over 75% of employees are open to changing jobs Why? There can be several reasons. Any on or combination of things mentioned above. A hot market for[…]
So many articles on Outsourcing – the good, bad, ugly (and very ugly). This one makes some valid points and companies should do it in-house if you can and if it makes sense. Get outside help where short-term or transitional projects don’t justify full-time employees or where skills gaps are present in a given market. Rightsourcing is[…]
With several different (and large) companies opening or planning to open technology/innovation centers in or near Atlanta (NCR, ATT, Keysight, Honeywell to name a few), what does that mean for tech talent availability? Many of these companies cite being close to Georgia Tech and feeding off that ecosystem. But many companies want to do the[…]
Java still rules as the preferred and most popular programming language, but Python is catching up …fast.
We have been working with Technology Resources in Argentina since 1992 – in Argentina itself, the US and other countries. We believe Argentina has some of the best technology talent in the world – but don’t take our word for it, read what others have to say and, in particular, this great summary from Nearshore[…]