Combining creativity with a wealth of technical skill, UX designers are responsible for making software, websites and apps work for people. And, as a result, they’re some of the most sought-after workers in today’s tech-driven world.
Every now and then, we all hit a rough patch in our careers. The work becomes monotonous, our growth rate flattens out, and we just aren’t sure how to shake things up in a meaningful, productive way. But the good news is, you don’t have to know how.
Anyone who’s spent any amount of time looking for developer work online, has likely heard freelancing platforms both praised and condemned. And, like most things, there are bits of truth here and there. But to help you more accurately weigh your options, we’ve listed a few of the pros and cons of using a freelancing platform, followed by five of our favorite freelancing platforms for programmers.
Django might not be the most trendy framework to use anymore, but it’s insanely stable, extendable and has an active community around it. That, and simply because I am able to build stuff with it fast, I used it to build my app MentorCruise.com. After 2.5 years and a few ten thousand more rows in the database, things started to get sluggish though. Here’s how I solved that.
Machine learning is one of the most exciting careers in the world of computer science. But it’s also a little misunderstood.
Tech is arguably the most dominant industry you and I will ever see. With record-level employment opportunities, salaries nearly double that of the national median wage and an economic output representing 10% of America’s total economy, landing a job in tech is like striking gold.
Whether you’re new to the industry or a veteran in search of pastures new, creating or updating your resume is the first step in taking your career forward.
Data science is one of the highest searched-for terms in tech today. Just as software engineering and app development have had explosive growth, data science looks tipped to take the tech market by storm — and the numbers back it up.
If you’ve suddenly got a bit more time on your hands, it could be the perfect time to upskill yourself in the world of work.
Based in Singapore, Hui has built deep expertise in statistics and analytics, which led her to become a professional in Data Science. As a mentor, she wants to build the confidence of people who are in the same shoes as she was, and help them break into the Data Science field