To reflect on the role of software engineering in the enterprise, CIO Dive highlights past coverage on coding trends and its value in the marketplace.
Markus Spiske
Learning how to code can make a job candidate more marketable, demonstrating a widely-applicable, yet hard skill that employers demand.
But it can also improve communication, problem-solving, teamwork and digital skills, according to the volunteers behind National Coding Week.
Each year in September, National Coding Week encourages learning and practicing digital skills. Through a digital skills challenge, volunteers encourage coders of all skill levels to flex their creativity, this year by programming an object to go through an obstacle course.
To reflect on the role of software engineering in the enterprise, CIO Dive collected past coverage — from how to train for digital skills to the enterprise demand for talented developers — on coding trends.
AI can take the repetitive tasks off a software developer's to-do list. But the transformative effect of these tools hinges on their maturity, which hasn't yet hit its peak. Read the full article
Olay is partnering with Black Girls Code to send at least 1,000 girls of color to the organization's code camp, and it's conducting an audit of its own skin analysis technology. Read the full article
Bloated meeting schedules can crimp an engineer's bandwidth. But quality software depends on having sufficient insight from the rest of the organization. Read the full article
More than 80% of developers knowingly release applications with insecure code, but experts say security and development don't have to be at odds. Read the full article
The e-learning platform and the employment assistance fund are helping formerly incarcerated people prepare for the job hunt. Read the full article
Global demand for software developers has increased, drawing a larger cross-section of people into coding bootcamps, HackerRank found.  Read the full article
Low code is one way to increase digitization in a business, but leaders face a skills shortages on their way to enterprisewide adoption. Read the full article
Better tools to detect and fix code errors would speed up deployments, according to a Rollbar report. Read the full article
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