The rise of IT projects created space for new tech roles and IT hiring is increased from January-April 2015 as compared to October-December 2014. Experts predict that there will be significant expansion of IT roles in the industry. Companies are in look for multi level talent from the job seekers and below top IT roles are much in demand.
IT programmers with coding experience are always in hot demand. The hot programming language is java because it is seen as the programming language of choice for Internet of Things (IoT), enterprise architecture, and cloud computing. Apart from java, the other programming languages like C, C++, SQL and Ruby. Visual C# occupies space in top five coding languages for 2015.
Big Data Professionals
IoT is the driving factor behind big data in 2015. Top companies are looking for big data professionals with basic knowledge of big data and thinking computer systems. Candidates with these skills are offered with fat pay cheques by large and startups. Having additional skills like Apache Hadoop, Spark, NoSQL, machine learning, data mining and statistical and quantitative analysis will add value to your profile.
Mobile App Developers
The growing use mobile/smart phones made companies to focusing on mobile apps which resulted in growing demand for mobile app developers. The additional required skills are multiplatform/multi-architecture application development tools, HTML5, high-precision location sensing and enterprise mobile management.
The rising tech, dotcom, retail portals increased tech demand for e-commerce experts. E-commerce companies are looking for talented professionals with additional skills in programming, statistics and information architectures for middle-management positions. The required candidates should have experience in drafting, evaluating and applying strategies for merchandise along with forwarding support for buying, delivering, planning and leading creative section.
Companies are looking for data visualization experts who are able to understand programming, statistics and information architectures for middle-management positions.