A master’s degree isn’t required to work in this field, but with a limited number of highly skilled workers graduating with advanced computer science degrees every year, having a master’s degree may help you get your foot in the door.
The web is bloated with “best of” lists, especially when it comes to higher education. How do you know which ones to trust?
According to the 2014 State of the IT Skills Gap by CompTIA, more than half of businesses (58 percent) report being concerned about the quality and quantity of IT talent available for hire.
Learning a new language can open a world of possibilities. Learning a new programming language can be just as rewarding. But with approximately 256 programming languages known in the world, which ones are worth learning now? And why?
In computer science, networks allow devices to exchange data using connections (data links) between nodes. Building a network of peers allows you to share resources, exchange ideas and learn about opportunities you might have missed otherwise.
The demand for software developers outweighs the supply, which means this is a great time for anyone looking to get their foot in the door in the computer industry. Unfortunately, there is a common misconception that keeps many people from pursing a programming career: computer languages are incredibly difficult to learn.