Technology professionals have grown accustomed to judging the value of things by how they are "trending." With that in mind, staffing firm Dice.com has released its list of the fastest-trending skills in IT.
CIO Dave Ballai reflects on what it takes to be a consistent Best Place to Work in IT, and how even the top employers are suffering when it comes to luring IT talent in this tight labor market.
Much has been written about the gender gap in STEM-related occupations, but new research reveals a surprising reversal when it comes to who is preferred to produce or teach these science, technology, engineering and mathematics related workers--women, by far.
CompTIA's Randy Gross explores the hiring demand for, and skills requirements of, mobility architecture professionals.
The top news stories for April 22, 2015.
Diane Bryant, senior vice president and general manager of Intel's data center group, the company's second biggest revenue generator, shared how she got where she is and what she thinks will help boost the number of women in tech in the future.
Acknowledging the firm's wanting track record on diversity, Google's head of people operations Laszlo Bock has just released a new book called Work Rules! in which he challenges the tech industry's need to better embrace diversity.
Graduation season will start a virtual feeding frenzy for IT gradutes, with many colleges reporting six-figure starting offers for their highly prized IT majors.
When hiring managers and industry analysts talk about the IT skills gap or labor shortage, a topic that doesn't often top the agenda is retirement. But pending Baby boomer retirements will blow the current skills gap wide open.
HP's CEO Meg Whitman tops the list of the richest women in tech, with an estimated worth of $1.3 billion. Nice number, but it pales next to Bill Gates' $79.2 billion or Larry Ellison's $54.3 billion.