To get a job you need technical skills but to keep it and to excel in it, you need soft skills. Soft skills, neglected by many and heeded by some, is THE x-factor you need to have to succeed in your career. This factor is often neglected or not given enough importance during the hiring process but when it comes to being a team player, a leader and a manager, soft skills play a major role. One can excel as a leader, a problem solver, a delegating and motivating team builder with soft skills.
Being a training and development enterprise, we always talk about technologies, tech skills, and other geeky stuff. However, we seldom emphasize on soft skills which are also equally important to help you make an impression in the job market.
To create a market for your products in the real world, it is crucial to develop empathy towards your consumers so that they feel gratified when they interact with your product (directly or indirectly). UX design or User Experience Design takes care of this. It makes a product more useful, understandable, and beautiful.
There is absolutely no dispute about the potential value of big data. It made possible to combine large, and widely disparate sets of data in unprecedented ways that are cost effective and provides business value. Big Data is fundamentally transforming the IT data landscape with its emerging data management approaches and technologies, and analytic technologies that support the business.
The cloud has been known to be a mystery. But, we have moved ahead in time and we have managed to reveal the mysterious cloud and make it a part and parcel of our daily lives – whether an individual or a business. Cloud has emerged from being an enigma to the soul of the IT industry.
So, in our last blog post, we have provided you with the details of the Salesforce certifications for Architects which comprised three tiers and nine credentials. As a continuation of the previous article, we will cover the remaining five categories of Salesforce certifications catering to five different types of skill sets in the following blog posts.
Big Data has emerged from being a buzzword to becoming the norm for almost every business encompassing most of the industries. As Big Data has engulfed the industry, leading businesses are looking for easier and efficient ways to analyze and utilize the huge amounts of data at their disposal. Of course, Apache Hadoop, the powerful open source software framework, is the savior.
There are various approaches in the world of big data which make it even more complex yet interesting. As Big Data has matured over the past few years, so has the need for different approaches to manipulate and process data and its vastness. Hadoop MapReduce and Apache Spark are two such approaches.