I guess with web being everywhere now and applications being presented on the browser, on all devices known to man….the full stack developer role has evolutionised with clients wanting core language skills like C#.Net combined with associated popular front-end technologies to be able to present their application effectively out in the wild......
But why has C# as a language remained so popular with so many new options available to programmers?
***C# goes OpenSource in November 2014
***Ability to build Mobile Apps in C# using Xamarin
***Gaming engine Unity is coded in C#
Is C# going to take another leap with it’s ability to work with Unity on VR when Samsung ships the new Galaxy?
Now when you buy the new Galaxy S7 you’ll get a free Gear VR Oculus which is going to light the fire for new development on this mind blowing & accessible (yes you just plug the mobile into the head set) platform!
Anyways there’s my 2 cents from an IT Recruiter’s point of view that I see happening in the IT Jobs market in Christchurch, NZ……
And while we're on the subject here’s a bunch of C#.Net development roles we’re currently recruiting in Christchurch, NZ:
Paul is founder of sunstonetalent.com an IT Recruitment & HR Consultancy based in Christchurch, South Island of New Zealand.