Can working exclusively with niche apps or tech hurt your career in software development? How to get out of the cycle? [closed]
I'm finding myself in a bit of a pickle. I've been at a pretty comfortable IT group for almost a decade. I got my start here working on web development, mostly CRUD, but have demonstrated the ability ...
I just got an initial programming job offer for $75k + benefits. It's an initial offer, so I feel like I should give a counter offer to avoid unnecessarily leaving any money on the table, but I've ...
Sorry if I have chosen wrong stackexchange site for this question. Point me in correct place if any... How can I get job in company that have some unfamiliar technology for me in they Job ...
Which information do you want to see in a job offer for programmers? In which order? What are the most important points for you?
What are some reliable sources of salary information for programmers? I have no sense of what's considered good pay for entry level developers and testers and I'd like to get some reliable information ...
While searching ELance.com I noticed that companies from developing countries, such as India and Pakistan, were snatching up a lot of the freelance jobs at a low pay. How are foreign countries ...
I will be graduating from my undergraduate program in two weeks with a BFA in Film and a minor in Computer Science. Little too late did I realize that what I want to do professionally was not my ...
Say that you want to start a new project (I'm talking about a serious project — e.g if you had an idea that seems good and profitable — not about something you start just to learn a new ...
For a large software project recently, I was really out of my depth. And I did actually know this; and that the only reason I was employed was mostly a lack of other qualified candidates. The job was ...
I'm 5 years out of a unrecognised university where I did Software Engineering. First job was VB.NET, one job was Python, Linux and Web development. I feel cast as a web developer. I'd love a role ...