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Programming Grads meet skill gap in the real world

Programming Grads meet skill gap in the real world

This long article of eweek.com tells about what every developer feels once he graduated, in my case I was lucky since I was developing for a time in the school in other projects larger than school projects. I totally agree with the article in this part:

Scherlis said the onslaught of open source technology has been a big benefit to students, as they are able to bet access to source code more easily and get students up and familiar with technology they are bound to see after graduation.

Byron Sebastian, CEO of SourceLabs, in Seattle, said many less experienced developers can learn necessary workplace skills by actively working on open-source projects in their free time.

Enrolling into an open source project (or checking and altering the code for testing purposes) will help you a lot to get skills in programming.

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New photos at Flickr

DunesCactus Flower

Bees workingPlaya Muñecos

New photos at flickr. I’ve uploaded new photos from my past holidays (I have to hurry on this because I have other images to upload :S)

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