qEconomic downturn. Job cuts. Outsourcing. The ever-changing tech landscape. The threats abound. Chad Fowler is here to offer 52 ways to keep your job, despite the vagaries of the market. It's all about making the right choices: choosing which technologies to focus on and deciding which business domains to master have at least as much impact on your success as your technical knowldge - don't let those choices be accidental. Chad shows you all aspects of the decision-making process so you can ensure that you're investing your time and energy in the right areas. It's all about skills: you'll develop a structured plan for keeping your skills up-to-date so that you can compete with both the growing stable of developers in so-called low-cost countries as well as your higher-priced local peers. It's all about marketing: Chad shows you how to create a plan for marketing yourself both inside your company and to the industry in general. Like it or not, the IT career landscape has changed. This handbook will teach you what you need to do to avoid being left behind.q -Back cover.How would you write a program, in pure Java, that would make the Java Virtual Machine crash? ... The voice sounded desperate. ... To start the interview, I asked this person (and all the others I had interviewed that week) to rate himself on a scale of one ... Yet, he couldna#39;t answer this sim- ip something Simply pie question .
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