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David Coursey | March 13, 2014
While some experts believe we’re in the midst of a tech bubble, most agree it’s not any great risk right now.
David Bolton | March 13, 2014
David Bolton walks you through how to implement a multi-player game of Sevens, all the way down to the variables you’ll need.
David Bolton | March 12, 2014
Every time you get distracted it takes about a half-hour to get back into the zone.
R. Emmett ORyan | March 12, 2014
Apache Spark is reportedly a hundred times faster than MapReduce and other Big Data technologies.
Elisabeth Greenbaum Kasson | March 11, 2014
HP’s senior vice president of human resources explains what the company looks for in candidates.
Mark Feffer | March 11, 2014
Have experience working for the NSA or CIA? Silicon Valley wants you.
Susan Hall | March 10, 2014
Who should learn it? Anyone performing analytical work.
Catherine Powell | March 10, 2014
As users adapt to new technologies, the responsibilities of many tech roles are being redefined.
David Coursey | March 7, 2014
CIOs are starting to invest in higher risk projects with shorter timelines, just like VCs.
Mark Feffer | March 7, 2014
While the cuts were not a surprise, they weren’t expected to be so large.
Myra Thomas | March 5, 2014
In many ways, women need the same characteristics as men if they’re going to reach the C-suite.
David Bolton | March 5, 2014
SQLite is one of the most widely used databases and a favorite among developers.
Susan Hall | March 4, 2014
Big Blue is currently advertising more than 3,000 open jobs.
Rob Reilly | March 4, 2014
Although developed for use by creatives, Processing is an ideal tool for rapid prototyping, Arduino programming and cross-platform development.
Dice Staff | March 3, 2014
Linux Foundation Executive Director Jim Zemlin discusses the factors driving demand for Linux expertise and the sweet spot for jobs.
Dawn Kawamoto | March 3, 2014
Recruitment events and resumes aren’t the only way to get your foot in the door.
David Coursey | February 27, 2014
Although tech companies have a reputation for employing world-class jerks, most techies don’t want to put up with them any more than anyone else.
Michelle Greenlee | February 27, 2014
Amazon is opening its GameCircle, Whispersync, Analytics and in-app purchasing APIs to the new platforms.
Elisabeth Greenbaum Kasson | February 26, 2014
Wayfair looks for engineers with database experience and strong object-oriented programming skills.
Mark Feffer | February 26, 2014
The social media giant has relocated to lower Manhattan to make space for the new hires it’s planning.
Dawn Kawamoto | February 25, 2014
The deal is part of a joint-investment in nanotechnology between IBM and the State of New York.
Mark Feffer | February 25, 2014
It turns out your past accomplishments aren’t so important.
Myra Thomas | February 24, 2014
The rise in mobile banking means security engineers, mobile developers, analysts, and others will see an increasing number of opportunities this year.
Elisabeth Greenbaum Kasson | February 24, 2014
Companies are increasingly focusing on collecting and leveraging data, creating strong demand for data architects.
Susan Hall | February 21, 2014
As Google and others implement new methods of authentication, security training will be needed to address their vulnerabilities.
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