Finally, we have the last job trends post in August, mobile development job trends. These trends are not quite as clear cut for job demand as the language trends given how often these terms get used. However, the trends can still measure the amount of buzz these technologies are generating. The terms included in this… Read More Mobile Development Job Trends – August 2013
Today is the final winter job trends post, mobile development job trends. Initially, this was a look at how mobile phone development was moving, but now tablets have become a major force as well. Obviously, these trends are not . The terms included in this list were iPhone (including iOS and iPad), Android, WP7 or “Windows… Read More Mobile Development Job Trends – February 2013
Today we have the last installment of the job trends posts, mobile development job trends. Everyone is talking about mobile development because it really is the future of interaction. With smart phones and tablets, app development is becoming hugely important even for the enterprise. The terms included in this list were iPhone, Android, WP7 or… Read More Mobile Development Job Trends – August 2012
Now we get to the last installment of the job trends posts, mobile development job trends. Given that mobile development is the hottest thing right now, the trends are important, and at some points difficult to read. The terms included in this list were iPhone, Android, WP7 or “Windows Phone“, BlackBerry, Symbian, WebOS and PhoneGap. There is some… Read More Mobile Development Job Trends – February 2012
Once again, it is time for the job trends for traditional programming languages. Just like the most recent trends updates, we are only looking at Java, C++, C#, Objective C, Perl and Visual Basic. This list has stayed fairly stable during the past few updates and I am always looking to see if something else should be added.… Read More Traditional Programming Language Job Trends – February 2012
This is a guest post from Jane Smith. One of the biggest questions for the tech industry in 2012 is the fate of the Windows-powered smartphones produced by Nokia, one of the latest entries into the ever-diversifying smartphone field. I say the fate of the Nokia Windows Phones is uncertain because most American consumers have… Read More Will Anyone Notice The New Windows Phone?