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Geek is cool

26 February 2013, 13:05

Being a nerd is the new fashion. We all know how the social network Facebook started and who the brain was behind it all.

As far as IT is concerned, the new advanced inventions are changing on a daily basis and that is allowing the projects to move at a faster paste. And we  need to keep up with this because the expectations  are set at a very high standard for this industry.

Regardless of the shortage of skills, there’s still a need for programmers in the IT sector and “we slowly but surely moving into cloud-based services” says Yaron Assabi, CEO of DSG. Things have indeed changed since the 90’s, back then programmers were in high demand and it use to be the best career.

Getting students to choose IT as a career in this era, has become quite a mission. What they don’t know, is that this industry is fun, exciting and one can grow in this field. “ By the sound of it, IT careers will indeed get a boost, and it definitely made a come back so from here on out things can only get bigger” said Cell’c CTO , Joe Brits.

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