Information Technology

The field of information technology (IT) continues to offer a wealth of opportunities for professionals to grow their careers, adapt, and continue to develop their technical skill sets. The great news is that a Champlain College Online undergraduate and graduate degree or certificate is built with not only technical competencies in mind, but also soft skills like creativity, problem solving, teamwork, and critical thinking that will serve our students for their lifetime. While it is a given that technology will change, the enduring value of your Champlain education provides a foundation for future growth and opportunity.

Software Developer Jobs Will Increase Through 2026

Over the next eight years, the United States will add more than a quarter-million new software developer roles, according to new data crunched by The Knowledge Academy (which provides online training courses) and Glassdoor.

That job increase through 2026 should …

By Nick Kolakowski
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Tech Job Life Cycle Centers on Money & Relationships: Study

From start to finish, the lifecycle of a job in tech revolves around three things: money, reputation, and relationships.

This is according to Hired, which earlier this year published its Global Brand Health Report querying tech pros from across the …

By Nate Swanner
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Cloud Skills Gap Makes Companies Desperate for Tech Pros

Businesses have embraced cloud services as a way to get what they need without loading up on in-house infrastructure. That’s great for achieving operational goals while saving money, but it might end up creating a “cloud skills gap” in coming …

By Nick Kolakowski
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Computer Programmer Salary: Big Payouts for the Right Skills

The term “computer programmer” is rather broad. These days, what’s a “computer”? The phone in your pocket owns that term just as much as the laptop on your desk; does that mean “mobile developer” is synonymous with “computer programmer”? With …

By Nick Kolakowski
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7 Things Developers Should Never Say in a Job Interview

Whether you’re a beginner or a professional with 20 years of experience, most developers know the importance of making a good impression during an interview.

Despite best intentions, however, some applicants say things that hurt their chances of landing an …

By Leslie Stevens-Huffman
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