Technology is currently the most trending topic on the internet. Especially the field of Artificial Intelligence (AI). As time goes, evolution occurs. It’s always good to follow the trend of happenings.
In this post I’m going to show you the top 10 tech courses / trends for 2017 backed up with facts.
1. Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Advanced Machine Learning
Artificial intelligence is one tech niche that is most research and studied. It is being said that AI is the future of Technology. Over the years, there seemed to be a decline in AI research, but things changed in 2016 when Mark Zukerberg launched his AI assistant – Jarvis .
This has increased the interest rate of interest in AI drastically, with many individuals and firms now investing into the field of AI. Even Pornography and adult firms are now investing into Robotics.
This proves that there will be an increase in demand for AI experts and developers come 2017. You can get started with an Introductory course to Artificial Intelligence in W3tutor.org/courses.
2. Python Programming Language
Python is a widely used high-level, general-purpose, interpreted, dynamic programming language. Python is an awesome language for beginners too. It’s so easy that it is the number 1 introductory language in schools for programming and also the most popular coding language and it’s so powerfull that it powers parts of Gooogle, Youtube and Facebook. Python is also Important in AI, as it also powers Mark Zukerberg’s Jarvis.
3. Java Programming Language
“Java is a general-purpose computer programming language that is concurrent, class-based, object-oriented, and specifically designed to have as few implementation dependencies as possible.” – Wkipedia. Over the years the demand for Java Programmers in companies is not declining at all. Java powers Android, some parts of Google and many top notch websites like Facebook all use Java.
4. Website Development
5. App Development
This was listed as one of the hottest jobs in 2016 and still makes it in the top 5 tech trends of 2017, you can see why they are in demand here.
6. Computer System Analysis
As long as people use computers and write software for them, someone will need to troubleshoot problems when things go wrong, aka the systems analyst. Growth for this job is expected to climb 21% through 2024.
7. Database Admin.
“A database administrator (DBA) is responsible for the performance, integrity and security of a database. They will also be involved in the planning and development of the database, as well as troubleshooting any issues on behalf of the users.” – Prospects.
Almost every web and mobile application has a database , there has been an increased growth rate of jobs in this area.
8. Network and Computer Systems Administrator
A Network and Computer Systems Administrator is a job that will never die out; all organizations require someone who can service their servers and routers.
CareerCast ranked Network and Computer Systems Administrators at number 13 on their list.
9. Data Scientist
Data Scientists earned on average $128, 240 in 2016. And thanks to the boom in all things data and big data, demand for this skill isn’t going away anytime soon.
Jobs for data scientists are expected to rise 16% through 2024. – Forbes
10. IT Security Specialists
IT security professionals ranked the highest in the Emerson Network Power survey because they need to make important decisions on the spot — 89 percent agree or strongly agree with this description. More than half of IT security specialists believe their success depends on things outside their control. However, they are directly accountable for the security of company networks.
To stay relevant in the field of Tech, you need to be very flexible. Adobt new methods – be an early adopter. You need to learn as much as you can. Learning any of the above skills assures you of a job in 2017.