AngularJS and Node.js Among 20 Most-Needed Tech Skills

AngularJS and Node.js Among 20 Most-Needed Tech Skills

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http://www.itexico.com/ - If you want to know the state of the tech industry above and beyond what the news media decides to report, you need only look at who's hiring and the kinds of jobs they are trying to fill. Such a look shows that AngularJS and Node.js sit comfortably among the 20 most-needed tech skills the world.

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AngularJS and Node.js Among 20 Most-Needed Tech Skills

If you want to know the state of the tech industry above and beyond what the news media decides to report, you need
only look at who's hiring and the kinds of jobs they are trying to fill. Such a look shows that AngularJS and Node.js sit
comfortably among the 20 most-needed tech skills the world. There are a few skill sets that are needed even more.



According to a recent Bloomberg report, AngularJS skills ranked number 10 among the 20 most-needed tech skills in Q4
2016. Node.js came in at number 17 on a list that also includes things such as Swift development, Amazon Marketplace
Web Services, 3-D rendering, Bluetooth, and social media management. For companies like Austin-based iTexico,
AngularJS and Node.js are mission-critical.

So, what skill took the number one slot? Natural language programming. Bloomberg reports that freelancers with
natural language programming skills earn, on average, $123 per hour. The total amount they billed customers in the
fourth quarter increased by an astounding 2300%. That is a good indication of where technology is headed.

No Worries, App Developers

Natural language programming is all the rage right now as tech companies compete to see who will dominate the future
of voice-activated computing. Between the demands of home automation and the personal assistants that are quickly
becoming the norm for mobile devices, those behind the software that runs our lives wants that software to be entirely
controlled by the human voice.

As such, these companies are willing to pay top dollar for software developers with natural language programming skills.
But there's nothing for AngularJS and Node.js developers to worry about. There will still be plenty of work for them in
the mobile arena. In fact, there should be more work as software controlled by natural language expands across the
marketplace.


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The thing for developers to understand is that voice activation and control is nothing more than an input method. The
mobile app that utilizes the technology still needs the rest of the app built around the voice modules that will be used to
control it. AngularJS and Node.js skills will remain as a necessary part of mobile app development for the foreseeable
future.

On the other hand, there may be a point when natural language programming reaches its peak and skilled developers
are no longer in such high demand. If that were to happen, AngularJS and Node.js developers would be largely
unaffected. Their skills would still be in demand for creating the apps that power our mobile devices.

About AngularJS and Node.js

AngularJS is a Google product originally released in 2010 as a web application framework intended for developing
singlepage mobile applications. It is based on JavaScript, but it's JavaScript components are a complement to Apache Cordova.
The framework's basic operation is based on reading and interpreting HTML code while looking for specific tags that act
as directives. The simplicity behind AngularJS is one of its strengths as a development platform.

As for Node.js, it is considered a JavaScript runtime environment that is used within the development process to create
various tools and applications. The environment is based on an event-driven architecture that makes scalability and
realtime data communications relatively straightforward.

Both AngularJS and Node.js are among the most used tools for mobile app developers such as iTexico. Both have proven
very useful since their inception, and both continue to be developed as open source projects. Mobile app developers
would do well to keep abreast of AngularJS and Node.js, being that both are among the 20 most demanded skills in the
tech world.



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