Linux rises most but SQL, Java, C, C#, .Net and ASP skills most demanded

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Outsourcing is a great way to fill skills gaps so once again I am blogging about demand for particular skills. End user businesses need to know where they can go to fill skill gaps and service providers need to know what skills are in demand.

The latest report from CWJobs.co.uk and JobAdsWatch.co.uk has revealed that in the second quarter of 2010, demand for Linux skills increased by 8%, overtaking Unix for the first time, while SQL, Java, C, C#, .Net and ASP continue to be the most sought-after skills.

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Earlier today I wrote about the fact that Perl, .Net and SAP skills were in short supply in the UK. This was according to the latest recruitment report from KPMG and REC.

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