For organisations to compete and remain relevant within the market their content needs to be optimised, user friendly and “on-the-move”, easy to access from anywhere at any time. The education sector has seen a large increase in use of tablets within the secondary schooling arena, calling for developers with the ability to code apps that are seen on tens of thousands of tablets on a daily basis. These need to work across all different types of android tablets and be easy to use for schoolgoers.
E-commerce has seen a large increase in shoppers purchasing online, as well as the banking sector, with a large number of customers banking online or via mobile apps. Hence, a calling for coders with web/user experience and user-interface developers, the creative minds to optimise the look, feel and ease of use as well as the customer experience. Python and PHP developers code for the back-end, allowing for integration of front-end and back-end, all this allowing for a shopper’s experience to be seamless and effortless. Back-end developers are in high demand and seem to be more expensive resources due to the high technical and analytical aspect of their roles.
Cybercrime is on the rise, and criminals are exploiting the convenience and anonymity of the internet to commit crimes leading to a large number of organisations falling victim, leading to network and security specialists being increasingly in demand to detect and avert security threats.