Hot skills catch-up

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Hot skills catch-up

Nick Langley

Click on the links for recent Computer Weekly articles on the background and applications of programming languages, formats, standards and skills, how easy it is to become expert in them, and how to go about adding a new one to your CV.

Qt

Mobile Linux

MVC

Courses for games developers

Embedded systems design offers intellectual rewards

Expression Studios breaks down web design barriers

Use Ajax skills to enhance the online user experience

ASP.net ease the move to web for Windows developers

The advantages of using Ruby and Ruby on Rails

Eclipse broadens horizons for Web 2.0

Use Apache Struts skills to underpin Java web careers

Develop multi-platform interface skills on the Qt

Jboss evolves under Red Hat to include Ajax tools

Oracle drives rise of open source embedded database

Sybase pays dividends as City's database of choice

How Oracle skills can be the base for a good career

IBM platform convergence is a step closer with DB2 9

Small database find bing backers in IBM and Sun

PostgreSQL opens way for bespoke database function

Sizeable user base makes MySQL useful skill to have

Desktop Linus waits to challenge Windows

From hobby to ubiquity, Linux continues to expand

Slide up the programming career ladder with Python

PHP offers power without complexity for web coders

Web world's your oyster with Perl

Java's wealth of opportunities

Vista development with .net 3.0

Web developers need RSS

BS 7799 opens door to security work

Big rewards from penetration testing

Certification will let you cash in on security

Microsoft ISA 2006's security premium

Microsoft IIS closes gap on Apache

XSL's style sheet sophistication

XML spreads its wings

CSS brings style to development work


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