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Highest paying tech jobs in Australia
Demand for technology expertise has never been higher than it is right now.
6 best hacking movies to watch if you work in Cyber Security
Whether you’re still toying with the idea of switching to a cyber security career or already working in cyber security, we’ve compiled a list of 6 best hacking and cyber security films for you to watch.
5 Project Management apps to help organise your life
Project management apps are a clever way to take the pressure off organising everyday tasks.
The booming IT job market
While technological and social change is shrinking for many other job markets, it is quite the opposite situation in IT, making it the perfect time to future-proof your career with specialised, career-ready training.
Cloud skills gap
Want to know more about the skills gap in the cloud computing industry? Find out more here & help fill the gap.
Project Management skills gap
Want to know more about the skills gap in the project management industry? Find out more here & help fill the gap.
Skills gap in Cyber Security
Want to know more about the skills gap in the cyber security industry? Find out more here & become a cyber security expert to fill the gap.
Data skills gap
Want to know more about the skills gap in the data industry? Find out more here & help fill the gap.
5 reasons women make great coders
If we trace the origins of computer programming, 75% of codebreakers at Bletchley Park were women and engineering at NASA was predominantly performed by women.
How Virtual Reality is tackling unconscious bias
Virtual reality (VR) has taken the gaming world by storm. The technology brings virtual environments to life by placing a user inside a simulated experience.
6 ways to start a career in Cloud Computing
Cloud technology famously enables businesses of all sizes to access data and software remotely from any device and at any time.
Make the change with Project Management
The average project manager salary in the ANZ ranges between $110,000 and $200,000+ with most going to college and university. However, the prospect of amassing $25,000 in student debt can be incredibly daunting.
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