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What are the skills you need to earn more?

The world of Data Science is highly varied, and can be super competitive too, so we wanted to find out what industries are best for those just entering the market.

What skill sets do you need to earn more?

The world of web development constantly changes, and can be highly competitive, so we wanted to find out what industries are best for those just entering the market.

Do you have the technical skills to command a $90,000 salary?

The world of App Development is highly varied, and can be super competitive too, so we wanted to find out what industries are best for those just entering the market.

Persisting Data to Local Storage in Ionic

Getting persistence work correctly in an Ionic app, and a few road bumps to avoid.

Developing With TwitterKit & Digits on iOS

In this post, we take a look at Twitter’s new Sign-in API, TwitterKit and Digits, bundled as part of it’s new Fabric suite of tools, announced by Twitter earlier this year, as well as providing you with two quick snippets on on how to integrate Twitter’s sign-in mechanism into your iOS app.

Writing to Cassandra from HDFS using a Hadoop Map Reduce Job

In this post we walk through how to setup a Map Reduce Job that lets you write to Cassandra. Use cases covered here will include streaming analytics into Cassandra.

Making it in games development

The blog shows that learning Unity is a great investment for a future career in games.

Cloud Security Tips: Locking Your Account Down with AWS Identity Access Manager (IAM)

Often, because cloud services are made so accessible and easy to setup, users don’t bother to secure them nor often even know the need to. If you’re new to the cloud and new to security, this post is for you. While we will focus on using Amazon Web Services, the basic concepts apply to most cloud services regardless of vendor.

An Interview with Christoph Körner

The author of Data Visualization with D3 and AngularJS answers our questions

Building Mobile Games with Crafty.js and PhoneGap, Part 3

In this Part 3 post we will build upon what we learned in our previous series on using Crafty.js, HTML5, JavaScript, and PhoneGap to make a mobile game. Here in this post we will add a trigger to callback our monster AI, letting the monsters know it’s their turn to move, so each time the player moves the monsters will also move.

Creating subtle UI details using Midnight.js, Wow.js, and Animate.css

The blog will show how to create subtle UI details using Midnight.js, Wow.js, and Animate.css

Building a Remote-controlled TV with Node-Webkit

The blog will show how to Build a Remote-Controlled TV with Node-Webkit

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