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Career Watch: Where the gender pay gap is narrowest

Two IT-related careers make the list of 25 occupations where the pay gap between men and women is narrowest


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Solution architect, reinvent yourself for the cloud

Solution architects are facing extinction unless they reexamine and reinvent themselves

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Salaries for STEM jobs in decline

PayScale's Q1 2015 Index shows wages for STEM jobs flat or in decline after almost a decade of growth

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Fury rises at Disney over use of H-1B workers

Disney says it is restructuring its IT operations; displaced workers say they were asked to train their replacements flown in from India

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Not qualified for the job? Get others to do it for you

When the clues start piling up, a pretty resume can't cover the incompetence of a new employee

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Not everyone can be a great engineer, but a great engineer can come from anywhere

Identifying exceptional technologists, who can bring an understanding of what enterprises can do with technology, is the foundational challenge our economy faces in the coming years.

Video: Behind the scenes of the rescue of HealthCare.gov

A member of the beleaguered website's rescue team gives all the gory details of its operation

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Do programmers need a degree in Computer Science?

Most job postings for software developers list a degree in Computer Science as a preferred item, if not a requirement. But are these degrees indicators of better developers?

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Locked out of the server room -- and the key quest begins

The server room door won't open, and the team scrambles to find a way in

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Users in pre-production? It can work for IT

Granting early access to IT project stakeholders is not always a bad move

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Pompous professor swallows placebo PC

A tech pro's people skills are put to the test by a professor who demands more computing power than he knows how to handle

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4 ways to jumpstart your career for less than $1,000

Consultants, recruiters, and IT professionals provide advice on the best investments for reaching your career goals

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Stack Overflow survey: Nearly half of developers are self-taught

Stack Overflow Developer Survey finds 48 percent of respondents never received a degree in computer science

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Client or grifter? The free work stops now

For far too long, a sneaky customer scams his way through the system to procure free work from unsuspecting developers

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Want better IT talent? Recruit remote workers

If you're struggling to find elite, high-quality tech talent locally, consider knocking down geographic barriers and embracing remote workers

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Wisdom to code by: An illustrated guide to programmer proverbs

Behold age-old truths that software developers have learned over the years

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How to get ahead in IT: Always agree with the boss

The formula is simple at one company: Nod your head and keep your job -- but keeping your dignity is another matter

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Indiana law is fast having ‘definite negative impact’ on tech

As it loses sponsors, organizers of the Indy Big Data event want lawmakers to change the new 'religious freedom' law

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Reform H-1B now -- then raise the cap

Skyrocketing salaries and long searches for qualified applicants mean there really is a tech labor shortage, at least in some areas

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