The tech jobs of the future #Infographic #Jobs #Technology

Did you know tech industries in the UK are growing 32% faster than the rest of the economy? There are several factors that are driving this tech revolution, like mobile internet, cloud technology, Big Data, new energy suppliers and technologies, robotics, autonomous transport, artificial intelligence, Internet of Things, advanced manufacturing, 3D printing, biotechnology, sharing economy and crowdsourcing.

That means there will be lots of new jobs, and we will see new job titles like: data scientist, artificial intelligence developer, internet of things architect, blockchain engineer, cybersecurity engineer and virtual reality engineer. All those new jobs require very advanced skillsets, that include a deep knowledge of statistical programming languages, database querying languages, multivariable calculus, linear algebra, languages like C++, STL, Perl, Perlforce, mobile application development, digital image processing, encryption and tokenization, ethical hacking, networking fundamentals, protocols and packet analysis. Check out this infographic to find out more about the tech revolution!

An infographic by Ignite.Digital.

Approaching the Age of Autonomous Vehicles #Infographic #Autonomy #Vehicles

While the concept of self-driving cars seems like a futuristic dream, the reality is not as far away as one might think. With car companies plus technology gurus working around the clock, our roads will be filled with autonomous vehicles sooner rather than later – a major boon for the economy, the environment, and people’s safety.

As it stands currently, commuters in the U.S. spend almost two days each year stuck in traffic, and statistics show that each year, more than 30,000 people die in car accidents. The world of self-driving cars will help ease these burdens and more. Some positive benefits include:

-The cutting of CO2 emissions by 300 million tons per year. This is the equivalent of over 87 coal-fired power plants.
-Removing the necessity of up to 90% of parking lots.
-Potentially saving $190 billion per year as it relates to traffic accident costs.

In honor of the self-driving future that is not too far down the road, Swift Navigation, a San Francisco-based startup building centimeter-accurate GPS technology, presents an infographic “Approaching the Age of Autonomous Vehicles.”

An infographic by Swift Navigation.

10 Tips For Better Drone Photography #Infographic #Drones #photography

Getting into drone photography might be scary for people, especially beginners; how to fly it, how to use it for taking shots, when and where we can shoot, are there any laws or regulations, etc. Well, there are many, many articles about this very topic, so we decided to go the creative route and turn it into an infographic. We collected all the necessary information and designed a small infographic on some of the simple tips for getting better with drone photography.

It consists of 10 easy tips ranging from picking a good camera for your shots to being prepared for all situations that might happen. It also includes understanding weather conditions, laws and regulations, tips for flying your drone, importance of choosing suitable locations and getting high quality parts and accessories. Finally, it remarks the need for post-producing (editing) your photos.

Each of these tips is useful for a newbie getting into the field, or amateurs who feel they need help with fine tuning their skills. All the points are explained in an easy to understand manner, with references taken from many sites to get accurate information. Each tip is supported with a straightforward and minimal graphic for maximum understanding of the points.

We hope this infographic will help all those in the interest of getting into aerial/drone photography. Whether you are extremely new to the field or an amateur, we think this infographic can give you simple pointers about everything you need to know to get into the field.

An infographic by Creative Bin.

Ecommerce Marketing Trends To Watch Out for in 2017 #Infographic #eCommerce

We are well into 2017, and the e-commerce industry is riding on the wave of new trends and technologies. Consumers have embraced the ways of shopping online through their mobiles, and the retailers are also providing the most interactive experiences to them. According to Conversion Fanatics, customers spend 44% of retail Internet minutes on their mobile phones and 11% on their tablets.

It’s high time that the marketers stop thinking “mobile users” and “desktop users” as being different. This is because an average household has 7.4 internet connected devices. It means that the person who is a ‘mobile user’ one minute, becomes the ‘desktop user’ the next one.

So why not have a UX design enticing enough for the mobile users not to switch their devices? The e-commerce marketing world is going through these and many more such changes. This infographic from Biztech Consultancy will give you further insights on the latest ecommerce marketing trends.

An infographic by Biztech Consultancy.

European Developers’ salaries in 2016 #Infographic #SoftwareDevelopment

Nowadays, the profession of a developer is considered to be listed among the best-paid jobs. Many young people chose this subject at college and got their degrees. Moreover, more and more people would like to shift their current job to software engineering. And there is nothing strange about that. Just look at the numbers we have gathered for you in an infographic, which sums up the state of software development in the last year.

The survey, which was done by O’Reilly team, shows that most used technologies were Javascript, Python, HTML, CSS, Java and Bash. At the same time, Java alongside PHP and C/C++, were still used by developers, however not so frequently as before. At the same time, StackOverflow website provides us with the information that the top paid technologies last year were F#, Dart, Spark, Hadoop, Clojure, Cassandra, Scala, Redis, Go, Salesforce, Cloud (AWS, Azure, GAE, etc.).

According to statistics, the top industries (where the programmers earned the highest salaries) were software development and IT consulting. And, at the same time, the largest number of companies on the market is around 20 or more years old. The respondents who took part in the survey are in their thirties and forties and have more than five years of experience in their job.

If you are a developer, you can get the highest salary in Japan, Switzerland and the USA. At the same time, your salary will be higher if you are located in Northern and Western Europe than in the Eastern side. You can have even more money if you are fond of cloud-related technologies and use such languages as Swift, Scala, Go or Python.

An infographic by Adoriasoft.