Monthly Archives: June 2012

What’s really wrong with the recruitment industry

Yesterday, Steve Buckley of hackerjobs.co.uk┬áput up a blog post titled All that is wrong with the recruitment industry. It’s an interesting read, from an insider in the IT recruitment industry. However, it doesn’t really hit what’s really is wrong with … Continue reading

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May developer job trends – Did I fix a bug?

The Jobs Tractor monthly language index tracks the most popular programming languages each month. You can see it here http://jobstractor.com/monthly-stats There was a big jump in the number of jobs recorded in May, up to 23420 from Aprils 15301. I … Continue reading

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