Workers of every stripe—from corporate finance officers to sales people to utility workers and nurses—are now spending sizable portions of their workdays using tools that require digital skills.
he USDS has worked on thirteen major projects involving eleven agencies, and claims to have saved the government many times its $14 million budget. It has charters to place full-blown teams in seven different agencies, with more to come before the end of the year.
18F is an office of federal employees acting as a civic digital consultancy for the government. Because we work on distributed teams so frequently, we’ve developed certain strategies for working well.
Just as open source is finally being recognized as the viable model we always believed it to be, it is facing competition that enjoys some of the same advantages over open source that open source had relative to proprietary software. That competition is the cloud.
The prospect of hiring up to 550 new workers over the next decade, including dozens of highly coveted software developers and IT specialists, isn’t keeping Tyler Technologies’ Christopher Hepburn and Robert Sansone up at nights.
Coding isn’t some niche skill. It really is “the new literacy.” It’s the essential 21st century skill that every ambitious person needs to learn if they want to succeed.
Returning for its 3rd year, Agile Maine Day is a practical Agile conference that allows participants to connect and learn from their peers and leaders in the industry.
Software developer jobs will grow 18.8% between now and 2024, according to the BLS, while computer systems analyst jobs will increase 20.9% by 2024. Market research analyst and marketing specialist jobs, which also require those analytical skills, will increase 18.6%