Career Round Table: Preparing for the 2.4 Million New Healthcare Jobs Expected By 2026
Overall healthcare occupations are projected to grow 18 percent from 2016 to 2026. We asked a panel of healthcare technology experts to tell us what job-seekers can expect between now and then.

How Do We Prepare the Next Generation for a Career in Our Digital Era?
Technical skills alone won't be enough for career success in the digital age. It's much more than teaching people to code. Instead, success will hinge on critical soft skills and the RISC- resiliency, inner strength, strategic thinking, and a collaborative spirit-digital mind-set abilities.

6 Options for Financing Your Startup
Raising funding is one of the biggest challenges an entrepreneur can face. When engineering founders start to build a company, they often do not realize there are multiple pathways for seed funding. Knowing all the available funding sources can help them choose the right approach.

Career Round Table: Jobs in IoT
As the market soon tops half a billion dollars, the “Internet of Things” will revolutionize the way we live and work. Here's how to get ready.

How 3 Women Found Success in STEM
Three women who have had an extraordinary impact in the field of computing offer sound advice on the age-old issue of gender relations.

How to Prepare for Your First Web Development Job Interview
There are a lot of skills that you’ll need to not just have but demonstrate so that they know you can do what is required. This means checking what languages they’ll want you to know and if you can read the code in Python, JavaScript, HTML, and CSS. They probably will.

Tech Opened the Door to the Gig Economy, But Is It Here to Stay?
Technology brought us into the gig economy, which refers to economic conditions where companies tend to hire people for "gigs," or short-term, flexible work, and people are more interested in taking on many different contracts, clients, and opportunities, rather than working for a single organization.

5 Reasons Remote Workers Are Driving Network Security Professionals Crazy
The hardest part of being a security professional is thwarting preventable attacks caused by user error. Remote workers are especially prone to making these mistakes, and they’re driving security professionals crazy.

Software Engineering Grads Lack the Skills Startups Need
Today's software engineering programs teach students traditional skills tailored to large employers. But startups and next-gen technology companies expect a dynamic and in-depth understanding of the software ecosystem and its tools from new graduates.

Motivating Programmers
This episode discusses why engineering motivation matters, the unique motivation needs of engineers, mentoring and coaching for motivation, 1:1s, and self-motivation.

Four Actions Engineers Can Take to Ensure Their Startup Succeeds
Engineers often misunderstand what it takes to launch a successful startup, according to IEEE Fellow Chenyang Xu, who has been advising entrepreneurs and investors for 20 years.

Why VPNs Aren’t Just For Your Computer Anymore
With the rise of mobile computing, a greater number of people are working remotely than ever before, and they’re not always doing so with a laptop.

Cybersecurity Expert Susan Landau of Tufts Reveals How to Deal with Unfair Job Moments and Find Inspiration
Remember why you do what you do, and focus on that. It’s not always easy to get past the unfair situation, but if you get stuck in anger and pain; they’ve won. If you move on and succeed, you’ve won-and done so many times over.

Why Every Developer Should Know a Bit of Technical Writing
Improving your knowledge of programming isn’t the only way to improve your abilities as a software developer. Most developers see an enormous benefit in learning related skills-especially technical writing.

What Millennials Think of Boomers, and Vice Versa
Any workplace is a mix of generations trying to navigate misunderstandings and stereotypes that arise, some of which arise just because cultural influences, customs, and conventions have changed over time.

What Makes a Website Well Designed?
Every business owner wants a well-designed website, but what does that phrase even mean? Design is partially in the eye of the beholder, but there are also some objective qualities that can make a site “better” than another.

5 Cybersecurity Trends to Watch Out For in 2019
As technologies and security tools change, cybercriminals are adapting their strategies, creating new threats and revamping known ones. Outdated systems and lack of awareness of current vulnerabilities create significant risk for companies and individuals.

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