Software developers are finding their productivity and wellbeing has been hit as a result of COVID-19, according to a new worldwide study led by the University of Adelaide’s School of Computer Science in collaboration with Dalhousie University in Canada.
Software development versioning and collaboration platform GitHub says it wants to free developers to keep in the zone, announcing a series of new product features to take away the daily struggles of its 31 million users.
Demand for ICT jobs in Sydney and Melbourne is picking up, and the first quarter of this year is showing improved prospects for the national hiring market over 2013, prompting one national recruiter to express cautious optimism about the hiring market for the remainder of the year.
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