With the Android Operating System (OS) operating most smartphones worldwide, Android development is here to stay. In this article, we’ll go over why the Android developer ecosystem is such an exciting space, before touching on both the technical and soft skills you’ll need for an internship position.
The demand for Kotlin developers has reached a fever pitch — after all, Android Development is Kotlin-first — and to accommodate the need for more professionals with these skills, we’re launching our all-new Android Kotlin Developer Nanodegree program.
Data is the most valuable currency on the Internet and these days, there’s an epic amount of it generated and stored on a daily basis. In fact, according to the World Economic Forum, it’s estimated that 463 exabytes of data will be created each day globally by 2025.
Hackers know this and spend their time trying to break into secure systems to get that data. Fortunately, cybersecurity experts are there to build, maintain, and monitor the security of computer systems and networks.
What do companies like Uber, Facebook, AirBnB, Netflix, Instagram and Amazon have in common? Other than being great companies to work, for they all use React in their tech stacks.
In one of our previous blogs, we discussed how React is one of the most in-demand tech skills and the salary React developers can expect in five of the top tech hubs around the world. Today, we bring to you more about what you can expect as an entry-level or junior React developer.
But, despite its growing popularity, there is an acute shortage of developer talent — 61% of executives think that the scarcity of developers is the biggest challenge to the success of their businesses.
If you’re considering a career as an iOS developer then you’re moving in the right direction towards career stability and growth. But, it’s important to know what you’re getting yourself into. Before you make the move here’s what you can expect as a junior iOS developer.
When browsing Stack Overflow for answers to your programming questions, you’ve likely come across charges against certain code as “unpythonic,” or praise of one solution as “more Pythonic” than another. But what do developers mean by these terms? In this article, we’re going to take a look at Pythonic style, first defining it and then showing you how you can — and why you should — learn about it.