No matter a candidate’s technical specialty, they might possess one or more technology certifications. After all, training plays a key role in fostering a successful IT career that lasts until their retirement day. Earning a certification after being trained provides a measure of proof that they understand the material in question. Read more
The Coronavirus pandemic disrupted and ultimately transformed the IT world in 2020. Locked out of their offices, tech professionals faced a myriad of challenges to keep their careers headed upwards. Some even lost their jobs and struggled to find new gigs due to COVID-19. Read more
As remote working becomes commonplace in the wake of the Coronavirus pandemic, your company is likely allowing its staff to telecommute. While it may be more convenient to not have to commute into the office on a daily basis, you still need to maintain a high productivity level. Read more
There comes a time in any technology career when switching industries is a possibility. For example, if you want to live and work in Boston, getting an IT position with one of the many financial services firms in the area helps you achieve that goal. Read more
If you are just beginning a career as a software engineer, congratulations are in order. It remains a rewarding profession, with lucrative salaries and a large number of opportunities, especially in the Boston area. Read more
While certain programming languages rise and fall in popularity over the years, the business world always needs developers.