It's good to be a Chef developer, and with recently released data from the company, there is now hard evidence to back that assertion up.
If tech pros demonstrate familiarity with and skills related to agile development techniques, they will inherently become valuable assets for any IT project.
It’s clear that LinkedIn plays an important role in the job-hunting process of IT professionals. You know this, since you’ve had a profile on this social media site for years, but you haven’t updated it in just as long.
You need to step up your game and set yourself apart to prove that you deserve your desired IT role. But how can you truly stand out?
While demand for IT professionals is high, that doesn't mean you can skimp out on what matters most: your resume.
You've probably been told to list all of your relevant IT experience on your resume, but is that the wrong approach?
Finding a job as a software developer or engineer is a difficult process. Yes, even with many open positions available.
As an IT professional, you know that the nature of technology demands that you continuously upgrade and improve make this your own skills and keep up with industry trends.
Not only are you in high demand as a developer, but businesses are eager to keep you at their offices. Here’s how to get hired in the first place.
Here are four questions that you’ll be asked in your next IT interview and how to answer them.