Did you know that by 2020 we’ll have approximately one million new programming jobs in the US and 700 000 in Europe? The IT skills gap keeps growing and online coding bootcamps are one of the solutions that can clear a major headache that is troubling the Tech world.
Do you remember one of our articles that appeared on Dragon Blogger about 5 Tech Innovations that Will Disrupt the Current Job Market? We primarily focused on the impact robotics & automation have on different job sectors.
Problem-solving skills are high in demand, especially in the coding world where they are prioritised over what programming language you actually know.
If you’re one of the lucky ones, your office is either a beach, a comfy hammock, or a nearby hipster café. You work remotely full time, you have a flexible work schedule and you can forget about the mundane routine of taking the public transport each, single day.
When you’re just starting out learning how to code, you’re probably overwhelmed with a sheer amount of programming knowledge you’re supposed to take in. It’s quite challenging to get your head around diverse programming languages, frameworks, libraries, developer tools and debugging techniques.
Christmas - the time of infinite hassle, massive crowds, office Xmas parties and colourful jumpers. It’s a crazy busy time of the year, we know! However, there is never a bad time for practising your coding skills. We’ve compiled a list of top free coding events in London for the upcoming two months
Binge-watching is never a good idea, however, there are times when your brain is literally crying for a break. A break from your daily chores, the usual routine. You want to distress and clear your mind.
I’m sure you’ve been bombarded with various Black Friday & Cyber Monday deals all week but we have something special for you here at Kodilla. If you wish you were sitting in front of a code editor rather than stuck in your usual 9 to 5 we have a solution!
Aviva, the market leader in insurance, savings and investment decided to take matters in their own hands when having a hard time headhunting IT pros. The management decided to reskill their current employees giving them a chance to smoothly transition into the tech world. The results?
The code is piping hot but you’re not sure how to turn it into a cool-looking, modern web page? What should we focus on first, cheap web hosting, clean code or a kick-ass domain name? Let’s see where to start!