In the midst of fears regarding a double dip recession and on-going worries about the Eurozone crisis, we must console ourselves with the fact it’s not all doom and gloom; at least not for technical folk. Highly skilled developers and coders are still very much in high demand, and by 2018, Network Systems and Data Communications Analysts are expected to see a 53+% increase in salary, with Computer Software Engineers close behind with an anticipated 34% increase in salary.
Requirements for these kinds of jobs obviously vary depending on whether you are in charge of the ‘front end’ or ‘back end’, but nonetheless, every company loves an all-rounder. So it is with that in mind, our Technical team want to advise you on the core skills they (or any other tech company for that matter) recommend you may wish to brush up before that fateful first phone interview.
All web developers know that setting up the HTML and CSS for a new website can be time-consuming. Particularly when your requirements still include frigid browsers like IE6 and 7.
A recent project has forced me to be a bit more “smarter” in my styling needs, so I thought I would share my tips with you.