Nick Durrant, CEO of Bluegrass Digital
Its growing adoption can be attributed to the fact that it is easy to learn, easy to implement, and has huge support from its developer community. Not only is it a standard programming language with highly transferable skills, but it powers the dynamic behavior of most websites and supports object-oriented, functional, and imperative programming styles.
According to HackerRank’s 2020 Developer Skills Report, developer hiring trends are changing. The study shows that small companies are hiring developers without a degree while tech giants like Apple, IBM and Google have relaxed their requirement that developers need a college degree.
According to the report, one-third of small business developers don’t have a degree, while about 90% of large business developers have a bachelor’s degree or higher. This is a win for small businesses and should be viewed as an opportunity for larger companies to tap into a wider talent pool.
Agile CMS embraces content reuse by building on the strengths of a headless CMS. It serves as a central content hub, which everyone can access, including developers, creatives, and general business users. It becomes the single source of truth comprising a set of enterprise resources including text, data, and rich media.
Content can then be reused across various platforms, ensuring content integrity and consistency, even in real-time personalized customer experiences.