Business Tech Is The Land Of The Living
Women prefer careers working with living things, rather than "inorganic matter," according to a study recently blogged about by my colleague, Richard Martin. But how come more females don't seem to realize that a successful career in the business technology field is all about working with people? People are "living things," too, right?
How SAP Is Trying To Fill The Talent Pipeline
Last week, SAP announced new university alliances to prepare future professionals with business, tech, and soft skills needed in the rollout of NetWeaver, ERP 6.0, and other popular SAP products. This week, the company talked to me about the work under way with other third parties to help fill the talent gap now.
SAP Isn't As Easy As ABC
Having a hard time finding professionals to staff your SAP software rollouts? That's apparently the case for many organizations implementing NetWeaver, ERP 6.0, and other SAP technologies, as well as the third-party companies assisting in the deployments.
How Bad Is The SAP Talent Shortage?
Currently, there is a deficit of 30,000 to 40,000 SAP project experts worldwide, admits Don Bulmer, SAP VP of global industry and influencers.
Students Sound Off About Java
What do future generations think about the state of Java and its relevance to their research? The answer may surprise you, and Sun.
Another Google Executive Joins Facebook
Eliot Schrage joins several other former Googlers at Facebook, including Sheryl Sandberg, who left her job as Google's VP of global online sales and operations.
Learn To Play Guitar Online
Online guitar schools like GuitarTricks.com, BerkleeMusic.com, JamPlay.com and GuitarSchool.net want to turn you into the next Jimmy Page.