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[TechRepublic] 10 skills developers will need in the next five years

April 08, 2009

10 skills developers will need in the next five years

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If you're a developer looking to get ahead in your field (or in some cases, to simply stay employed), this is not a good time to be complacent. Justin James lists the skills you'll want to work on now to maximize your future job prospects.

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Join IBM and Intel's Virtual Conference to learn about the IBM BladeCenter HS22, featuring the Intel Xeon Processor 5500 series, which offers outstanding performance, flexible configuration options, and simple management in an efficient server design. (IBM and Intel)

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