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Engineering - News & Events
News & Events
around the world
Berners-Lee: we need more MPs who know how to code",
Guardian, 17 November 2014.
Incentives for Kiwi Software Engineers – "A
shortage of software engineers in New Zealand has led to new recruits
being offered sign-on bonuses of up to $15,000." (ONENews,
TVNZ, 17 February 2015).
to CareerCast.com, software engineers have the best jobs of 2011
in the United States, based on factors such as income, working environment,
stress, physical demands and job outlook, using Labor Department and
Census data. Mid-level software engineers make between $87,000 and $132,000
a year, putting them in the top 25% of the 200 professions studied by
income. See also, "The
Best and Worst Jobs", The Wall Street Journal, 2011.
IT Talent Shortage Skyrocketing". (The National Business
Review, 23 September 2010)
Software Engineering student wins US$25,000 Fulbright Scholarship.
pick NZ as R&D hub for Navman
First International Workshop on Sustaining
Privacy in Autonomous Collaborative Environments
), July 30, 2007
ICT exports surge
graduate supply 'worst for 15 years'" reports Computerworld NZ
A recent article in Computerworld reports that the IT job market
in New Zealand has had impressive growth in 2004, with the IT Vacancy
Index growing by 70% in the first half of the year. At the same time,
the number of students beginning IT degrees is at a 15 year low. This
will lead to "a major gap between supply and demand for ICT graduates
stretching out for at least another five years", according to one
of Otago Careers Fair 2005
Australasian Workshop on Data Mining, 18 - 22 January 2004,
University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand.
- Australasian Computer
Science Week is an international multi-conference event for
Computer Science researchers. In 2004 ACSW will be held at the University
of Otago and will be hosted by the Department of Computer Science during
18 - 22 January 2004.
growth in Software Engineering expected to outpace all other
fields -- the U.S. National Science Foundation's Science and Engineering
Indicators 2002 report forecasts that the number of software engineering
jobs will double over the next ten years.