Java, which turns 20 years old this year, is having no trouble staying trendy, at least in the job market, as the Dice.com IT jobs site cites Java as its most-requested skill.
More than 16,000 Java positions are open on any given day, says Shravan Goli, Dice president, in the company’s January bulletin, and demand for Java is only heating up. “Java was named one of the Top 10 skills hiring managers search for when in the market for cloud candidates, according to our November report,” Goli says. “And considering it’s a basis for so many open source projects, demand for tech pros with this programming language [skill] doesn’t appear to be slowing down anytime soon.”
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