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Python developer, data scientist or DevOps: Which tech jobs pay best?

Source:- zdnet.com ‘Software developer’ was the most common tech job advertised, with more than 130,000 job ads last year and a median salary of £39,430, or £55,000 in London, according to the data published by the government’s Digital Economy Council. ‘Front end developer’ was the second most common role, listed more than 30,000 times with a median UK salary of just over £35,000 or £50,000 in London. ‘IT systems architect’ was the best-paid job on the list, commanding a salary

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‘1 mn cloud computing jobs to be created by 2022 in India’

Source- thehindubusinessline.com With cloud computing becoming more prevalent in companies, both large and small, the global requirement for professionals is steadily on the rise and over a million jobs in the sector will be created in the country by 2022, according to a report. Companies are currently investing 4.5 times the rate of traditional IT spending in cloud infrastructure, and it is expected to grow even faster by 2020, according to a report by ed-tech platform for executives Great Learning. The

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DevOps and Machine Learning are highly demanded jobs this year

Source – techworm.net DevOps and machine learning professionals to control technology opportunities this year Stack Overflow, a popular developer community and jobs site, published their eight Annual Developer Survey results this year, which saw over 100,000 developers around the world take the 30-minute survey. The survey conducted by Stack Overflow reveals that DevOps and machine learning engineers earn highest salaries in the tech sector, averaging between $70,000 and $90,000 a year worldwide. However, salaries for these two ranges between $110,000 annually for DevOps

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5 ways to motivate employees after layoffs

Source – indiatimes.com The last few months have seen a spate of layoffs across organisations ­ a situation that’s difficult not just for those who have been let go, but also for the survivors. Sreeradha D Basu gets experts to weigh in on how companies can keep employees motivated: 1. Reveal the truth to your staff Though reality is often tough to hear, it is better to be honest with your employees during a layoff. “Communicate with employees the rationale for

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3 steps to boost your career in the cloud

Source:- infoworld.com It’s not easy to get ahead in large enterprises. Companies of that size are typically awash in policies and procedures that affect how far and how fast you can go as an employee. Years ago, I remember working for a Global 2000 company where it was understood that you had to leave and come back to get any kind of career acceleration. These days, with the cloud technology talent shortage and the higher cost of that talent, companies

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14 best tech jobs in America in 2017

Source:- cio.com For the second year in a row, data scientist tops the list of Glassdoor’s Best Jobs in America followed by DevOps engineer and data engineer. Though Glassdoor expanded 2017’s list to 50 — up from 25 in 2016 — technology jobs continued to dominate the list, with fourteen roles represented on the list from the IT industry. “In particular for tech jobs, companies across all industries are hiring workers for these needed positions, including employers in healthcare, finance,

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Why 2017 looks like a year of change for software development jobs

Source:- searchcloudapplications.techtarget Software development jobs are in a state of flux. Mobile computing is compressing Agile’s already weekslong-shortened development cycles into mere days. DevOps entwined app development with operations. No-code/low-code tools yanked app building from the ranks of professional programmers, empowering so-called citizen developers. What does 2017 hold in store for application developers? We asked John Carione, who previously worked at EMC, RSA and Adobe, and is currently a product and corporate marketing leader at no-code/low-code vendor QuickBase Inc., based

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