Nothing beats the ability to take a trial run at something before making a major investment in it, so why not test drives for IT jobs?
As seems to happen every year, IT leaders are getting mixed signals on just how strong the hiring market is and how difficult it will be to find skilled IT professionals in 2015.
Before you start the hiring process for data scientists, you have to first make sure the business side of your organization recognizes just how important data really is.
The top news stories for Jan. 29, 2015.
A new bill filed in Congress would reduce the federal workforce by 10 percent over the next two years, pulling the rug out from under efforts to hire more skilled IT professionals into government agencies.
The top news stories for Jan. 27, 2015.
A national study released this morning reveals that while the number of STEM degrees is up just slightly over the past decade, the number of women earning computer science degrees dropped by 5 percent.
The technology sector appears to be playing a major game of musical chairs with employees, as the past week saw news of massive layoffs in some corners, and massive hiring in others. The biggest news comes from IBM, which is apparently getting ready to lay off 26 percent of its workforce.
President Barack Obama could get an earful on the topic of H-1B visas during his trip to India today.
Randy Gross explains what it takes to be a data analyst.