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5/28/2014 10:23:46 PM
What are the Most Sought After Coding Skills for Developers
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What are the Most Sought After Coding Skills for Developers



Richard Harris Richard Harris in Programming Wednesday, May 28, 2014
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Dice.com, a tech job site, suggests that employers want software developers who’re experts in well-established technologies such as Java, .NET, C++, and HTML. 

Researched from hiring manager postings looking for developers on the Dice site from January 1 – April 15, the most sought-after skills and qualifications are provided in this top 40 list:

1. Java/J2EE
2. .NET
3. C++
4. C#
5. Senior
6. SQL
7. HTML
8. C
9. Web
10. Linux
11. WPF
12. JavaScript
13. SDLC
14. Python
15. Test, Tester, Testing
16. Embedded
17. ASP.NET
18. Oracle
19. HTML5
20. PHP
21. SharePoint
22. Unix
23. RWD
24. Mobile
25. Ruby
26. Security
27. Database
28. XML
29. Perl
30. Agile
31. Android
32. CSS
33. Computer Science
34. Network
35. iOS
36. Websphere
37. Spring
38. QA
39. MVC
40. SDET

Interestingly, iOS and Android were at the bottom of the list. What does it mean? 

As Shravan Goli, president of Dice, predicts, “Today’s biggest needs surround the core, but it will change as the next generation of technologies realize their promise.”



Read more: http://news.dice.com/2014/05/21/next-big-developer...

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