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MessagePosté le: Mar 13 Mar - 09:10 (2018)    Sujet du message: App Developer Delhi Répondre en citant

I keep a close eye on the online IT job boards as they give a good indication to the skill-sets in demand, what current rates of pay are, and what technologies companies are implementing.
Over recent months it has become increasingly obvious that more and more job adverts are for people with skills in mobile application development. This being either technical roles such as mobile developers, designers or testers, or management roles to co-ordinate the development projects. If you look at some of the words and phrases used in these job adverts for the technologies used, you will find they are words that never really existed only a few years ago and there's a whole new type of job advert evolving.
This resource requirement trend is clearly going to increase and with the current squeeze on IT budgets it looks like many projects are being dropped by companies in favour of mobile developments as they see that having a mobile application is something critical to their business rather than a nice to have.
For the workforce, there is a bit of head scratching to do. If you want to future proof your skill-set then now is the time to start getting involved in mobile applications, look out for some mobile application jobs, and get a foot in the door. Else, there is a risk that you could get left behind and find yourself less valuable.
If you're not currently employed in the mobile technology sector and need to gain these skills, then there are a few ways of doing so. Development of Android applications can be done quite easily at home and for free. iPhone application development is a little more tricky as a specific toolkit is required and there is a cost attached.
There are a number of learning resources available. Online videos are a brilliant way of learning software development and make it easy to see what is being described. There are a number of mobile application development tutorial videos on the internet now. Books are also useful however you have to bear in mind that mobile technology is moving very fast and the books will soon get out of date.
Once you have some skills and are looking for a mobile application development job, don't be deterred by the job adverts that ask for loads of experience. Not too many people have much experience in this new technology and if you can demonstrate that you are competent at the skills in the job spec then experience may not be the overriding factor.
Mark Walsh is founder of mobile application development company Nation of Apps. You can see our website at find out more about the mobile application development services we provide as well as the mobile application marketing services.
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