Tech, Tips, Web

The Benefits of Working in Cybersecurity

Without adequate cybersecurity our computers would be riddled with trojans, worms and other invasive pieces of malware. Of course, some viruses can creep through the gaps, which is where those


Career, Tips

Become The Master Of Your Own Career

To own your own career is something you’re actually going to have to work super hard towards, because even if you feel like you are the master of your own


Business, Career, Tips

How to Pass VMware Certification Exams with Flying Colours?

Earning a VMware certification is a great boost to your career. There are many things you stand to gain by obtaining this credential. Of course, it is not an easy


Code, Development, Tech

Why You Should Learn to Code

Programming is commonly viewed as something that most people can’t do because it requires a person to have a strong analytical and logical mind accompanied by an ability to solve



5 Type Of Jobs You Can Get After Completing Your Study Abroad

Studying abroad brings immense opportunities for international students. Although it is always expensive to study in the first world countries, students still seek to study in the topnotch universities of


Business, Development, Entrepreneur, Freelance, Programming, Startup, Tech, Tips, Web

4 Tips to Increase Remote Workers’ Accountability

If you’re supervising someone, they’re probably working from home at least part of the time. Global Workplace Analytics reports that in 2015, 50 percent of the American workforce held a


Business, Design, Development, Freelance, Productivity, Programming, Tech, Web

Job Hunt: Top U.S. Cities for Web Development Career Opportunities 

The national average salary for a web developer is $67,097 based on 10,952 salaries submitted anonymously by web developers, according to GlassDoor. But where you live can directly determine what


Business, Geek, Nerd Fun, Tech, Web

Back to the Future: 4 Technology Jobs That Didn’t Exist in 1983

The world of personal computing was definitely changing in 1983. While most people still didn’t own a computer, personal computing was becoming more of a reality. Steve Jobs, founder of