Back to school for techies
As schools and colleges return to the grind of learning, should professionals also be looking at sharpening their skills? And how can they know which ones need to be developed? Jason Walsh investigates
Nobody is looking out for you but yourself” — harsh words, but true ones.
The speaker would know too. Mary Cleary is deputy chief executive of the Irish Computer Society and its subsidiary, the ICS Foundation.
Luckily, at this time of year, as with the New Year, a lot of people are assessing where they are in life. Fresh back from holidays, hitting the office can be something of a shock — and a...
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