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The Digital Skills Academy has announced a second WebElevate programme through the Higher Education Authority’s Springboard initiative.
New Master of Science degree offers a programme of advanced research on the business-focused aspects of cloud computing.
Engineers Week 2012 has begun, and the head of Engineers Ireland has honed in on maths.
What needs to be done to encourage more people to enter the tech sector and what CIT is doing to boost students’ skills.
UCC and the Irish Management Institute have announced a new diploma in cloud strategy they are developing with Microsoft Ireland.
Entry-level positions and internships available on Siliconrepublic.com's new Jobs Board.
The gaming industry offers students some of the most “viable and exciting” opportunities in Ireland.
Boosting Irish tech talent is necessary for the IT industry's growth.
Kids and teens are flocking to CoderDojo events to learn how to code. Its founders say anyone can bring a Dojo to their community and here’s how.
Engineering contracting roles increased by 30pc in 2011 and IT contracting roles by 8pc, according to a new survey.
Prof Alan Smeaton and Dr Cathal Gurrin from Dublin City University talk about the digital skills gap and how to better prepare young people who want a career in IT.
Unemployed NQF level 8 graduates from non-computing disciplines can now gain an academic qualification for free in cloud computing.
A major joint industry and Irish Government action plan has been launched to support the technology sector.
National College of Ireland is offering free higher diploma programmes in web technologies and software development.