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August 14, 2015  2:43 PM

A-levels show progress in IT education, but IT leaders can do more

Bryan Glick Bryan Glick Profile: Bryan Glick
Computer science, Education, jobs, recruitment, school, Skills, students, university

At last. This year, computing was the fastest growing A-level subject - nearly 30% more students took the exam. At university level, applications for computer science degrees are up 3% -...

October 18, 2013  11:46 AM

Something is broken in UK IT skills and recruitment

Bryan Glick Bryan Glick Profile: Bryan Glick
apprenticeships, Computer science, Education, IT jobs, Training, university

The oldest, longest running story in Computer Weekly is the IT skills shortage.

No matter what the time period, the latest technologies, or the state of the economy, the UK IT sector has never yet been able to say, "OK, we've got enough people now - thanks."

It's a topic...


January 31, 2013  5:04 PM

Software is your salesperson – how to avoid agile annihilation

Bryan Glick Bryan Glick Profile: Bryan Glick
Agile, Agile development, Computer science, GDS, IT skills, Outsourcing, recruitment, Software development, Software engineering

Great news: It's a good time to be a software engineer again, you no longer have to worry about your job going to India, and IT leaders are queuing up to employ you.


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