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Ways to Develop Your Programming Skills

January 9 2020

As technology continues to evolve, skills that were hot and in-demand, within a few years become less relevant. Concepts like artificial intelligence (AI), blockchain, and virtual augmentation quickly morph from a vague possibility for the future to a sudden reality. To be a successful programmer, you must hone the ability to learn and adapt to changes quickly. Whether you’re new to the tech space or an industry veteran, here are few…Continued

Tech Talent Hunt: Uncovering In-House Potential

June 21 2019

ProVision's "Tech Talent Hunt" series is focusing on providing solutions to the tech talent shortage issues impacting managers. If you’re currently understaffed, you can minimize the disruption to productivity until you hire more talent by maximizing the value of your current employees. Uncover the potential of your current employees with these tips: 1.Prioritize Most Important Tasks When you’re trying to get the most out of your current team, clarify what tasks are…Continued

How to Evolve in the Tech Industry

June 11 2019

As a technology professional, you’re already in an industry filled with opportunities. However, as technology advances, so too will the positions and skills needed for tech workers. If you want to prevent your skills from becoming outdated and continue growing your career, it’s crucial to be one step ahead and prepare for what’s next. Evolve in the tech industry by being ready to adapt your skill sets for what’s projected…Continued

Tech Talent Hunt: Networking With Generation Z

June 7 2019

Now that millennials are an established part of the workforce, it’s time to consider the newest generation of tech talent who is beginning to come of age: Generation Z. This generation is generally considered to be those who were born from 1995 to 2010, meaning the oldest of them are ready for entry-level roles. If you want to invest in the future success of your organization, make it a priority…Continued