The median starting salary for an entry-level data scientist is $95,000 per year. Mid-level and experienced data scientists, however, can make up to $185,000 or $250,000 per year, respectively. [...]
Degree vs. No Degree: What it Takes to be a Software Dev? You’ve heard the stories of college dropouts turned billionaires. I’m sure you can even list a few self-made, self-taught software developers yourself.
Craig Newman’s passion project idea was an email newsletter to help friends to discover social events in the San Francisco area. When the list grew, he used his skills as a Java programmer for IBM to create a web interface and voila, Craigslist was born.
Since Cyber Security is all about keeping up with hackers, you'll want to make sure that you too are on the cutting edge of technology—especially in regards to IT infrastructure, networks, and software development.
There’s no question that this is a lucrative field to consider when seeking a remunerating career. But before you leap in, it’s always good to take a step back and [...]
It seems like everyone is learning to code right now, but with all the different programming paths, which one should you take? Take this quiz now to find out! [...]
As technology continues to grow by leaps and bounds, opportunities in the software development field are scaling right along with it. For skilled programmers with a yearning to develop [...]
Woz U: How did your experience at Woz U help you find your first Data Scientist position after graduation? Amy Gerrish: “Woz U’s Data Science curriculum and support specifically prepared me [...]
Educating Digital Natives My contemporaries and I didn't exactly grow up with the Internet, nor were we digital natives. In fact, I didn't have an Internet connection in my home [...]
What Software Developers Actually Do If you're considering becoming a software developer, you've probably read a lot of information regarding salaries, job satisfaction rates, and the education you need to [...]