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Stack Overflow, the world’s number one question and answer site for professional and enthusiast programmers has released the results of its 2017 Developer Survey. The results of the survey on the most preferred operating system by the 64,000 developers who responded was an absolute surprise. Continue reading
As Perl, Delphi and R join the Top 10 list and Visual Basic .NET slipping down the rankings, the world of programming continues undergoing transformation in 2017. Continue reading
You’ve probably heard about bots a lot lately, how they are here to make our lives easier and replace apps. despite being around since the beginnings of the Internet, they are getting their time in the spotlight. Continue reading
It’s quite amazing, how a lot of things can change in 5 years. It’s even more amazing when a government policy over 5 years about, gets reversed in dramatic fashion. I should know as my career in ICT took a dramatic turn in 2012 when Government announced a sweeping policy to ditch Microsoft technology and rather embrace open source technology. That policy has now been reviewed and re-visited, leading to unbelievable results! Continue reading
Get your Microsoft Developer Certification in 2017!
I know you want to!
There have been a few changes to the Microsoft Developer Certifications. A brand new MCSA Web Apps certification and a MCSD App Builder.
Many developers cannot be out of the office for classroom training. Some might find self-paced virtual learning more suited to their schedule and personality. Whatever your reason, LGIT can offer most Microsoft certification courses online. You’ll get 3 months to complete each course, at your own pace, anywhere on the planet (as long as you have a reasonable internet connection).
Lets look at the Dev Certs:
Product development methodologies have evolved over the past few decades from the old days of ‘waterfall’ to now cutting-edge ‘agile’ methodologies. Religious use of such methodologies has resulted in development of some of the world’s best software products. What if we could apply such lessons to self improvement?