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By James Riddle
Covid-19 caused a big shift to the cloud. However, I must admit that even without the pandemic, cloud-based tools were surging in popularity. Cloud computing-based technologies are one of the demanded and actively developing areas of the modern IT world. The use of cloud technologies in the educational process is…
By Anna Johansson
While Ruby and Python seem to be the most popular, Python is at the top of the list. Some programmers even prefer Python over JavaScript, despite JavaScript being the superior language.
By Lori Cameron
For this month’s career feature, we interviewed Laura Trutoiu, a Senior Computer Scientist in Magic Leap’s Advanced Technology office in Seattle and a domain expert in virtual and mixed reality. Her research spans computer graphics, human perception, and sensing/interaction for virtual and mixed reality systems.
By Lori Cameron
Last year in late October, Christine Miyachi, of Xerox Corporation, participated in the "Women Making the Future" panel discussion at the IEEE Future Directions Technology Time Machine Symposium. We asked Miyachi about her work in the field of software architecture.
By Lori Cameron
The field of "affective computing" is a fast-growing, multi-billion-dollar industry. Learn how to gain a competitive edge from Rosalind Picard, founder and director of the Affective Computing Research Group at the MIT Media Lab and creator of the branch of computer science known as affective computing.
By Lori Cameron
Susan Landau has an impressive resume. She is Bridge Professor of Cyber Security and Policy at the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy and the School of Engineering, Department of Computer Science, Tufts University and senior fellow at the Fletcher School Center for International Law and Governance. We asked Landau to give us her insights about computing careers.
By Lori Cameron
We asked leading experts in the field of cybersecurity to tell us what graduates and job-seekers can expect in the coming years. Here's what they had to say.
By Lori Cameron
We asked leading experts in the "Internet of Things" to tell us what graduates and job-seekers can expect in the coming years. Here's what they predicted.
By Alaina G. Levine
The time we spend pursuing outside interests helps us be more productive and creative at work.
By Alaina G. Levine
If you'll be on the job market this year, now is the time to start your search.
By Alaina G. Levine
Persuasive résumés lead to job interviews. Here's how to write one.
By Alaina G. Levine
Career coach Alaina G. Levine offered STEM career networking advice in her recent webinar.
By Alaina G. Levine
It pays to ask for more than an initial job offer contains—even in academia.
By Lori Cameron
For this month’s career feature, we interviewed Henry Duwe who co-authored “Bespoke Processors for Applications with Ultra-Low Area and Power Constraints," which appears in the May/June 2018 issue of IEEE Micro. Duwe is an assistant professor at Iowa State University. His research interests include computer architecture and the design and architecture of ultra-low-power computer systems suitable for Internet of Things applications.
By Lori Cameron
For this month’s career feature, we interviewed Knut Haufe who co-authored “Improving Transparency and Efficiency in IT Security Management Resourcing," which appears in the Jan/Feb 2018 issue of IT Pro. Haufe is managing director and lead expert for information security management systems at PwC Cybersecurity Services.
By Lori Cameron
Rakesh Verma is a professor of computer science at the University of Houston and director of its ReDAS (Reasoning and Data Analytics for Security) Laboratory. We asked Verma several questions about career opportunities in the field of cybersecurity.
By Lori Cameron
We asked Christian Esposito, associate researcher at the University of Naples Federico II about cloud-computing career opportunities. Esposito’s research interests include cloud computing, distributed systems, middleware, dependability, ubiquitous computing, and artificial intelligence.
By Lori Cameron
For this month’s career feature, we interviewed Oliver Amft who authored "How Wearable Computing Is Shaping Digital Health" in the January-March 2018 issue of IEEE Pervasive Computing. Amft is the founding director of the Chair of eHealth and mHealth at the Friedrich Alexander University Erlangen-Nuremberg (FAU), where, since 2017, he has been full professor.
By Lori Cameron
We asked Martin Petitclerc, senior software architect for Watson Analytics at IBM Canada, about career opportunities in the expanding field of big data. Petitclerc is an expert in areas such as matrix, relational, and hybrid online analytical processing (OLAP); the OLAP calculation engine; and advanced analysis using data mining.
By Lori Cameron
For this career article, we interviewed David Kotz who co-authored the article "Privacy and Security in Mobile Health: A Research Agenda" in the June 2016 issue of Computer magazine. Kotz is the Champion International Professor in the Department of Computer Science at Dartmouth College and serves on the US Healthcare IT Policy Committee.
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