Saturday, 15 August 2015

Training is Most Important Part for Perfect skills

whenever a employer search candidates for any job opening in his organisation,he first sight on resume of individual and in resume he looks the skills and experience of responsibilities he handled.
this is the prime factor.
when he search the meeting skills and experience in the resume that is shortlisted for interview.basically interview is the process to look the personality and other factors like confidence,living standard,tone of voice,hand writing,how comfortable you are in public dealing.

India is a country which has different locations trends and the candidates who are coming from different locations may have different life and living styles. but in global world market is looking skills in you,ONLY PERFECT SKILLS .
So getting good acceptance  by business community improvement of skills in essential.

Friday, 7 August 2015

Perfect skills Academy - For iOS and Android Developers, it's a Great Job opportunity Out There

On Thursday of this week, CyberCoders -- a recruiting firm founded in 1999 that utilizes both technology and over 200 recruiters to match people with the right companies -- announced new research and data comparing recent salary and hiring trends for both iOS and Android developers. The data consists of information compiled from the years 2011 to 2013, and reveals some very interesting iOS and Android developer stats.
For this particular mobile developer-focused research, CyberCoders analyzed more than 10,000 tech companies hiring developers that specialize in iOS and/or Android development. CyberCoders compared the average salary of placed candidates within U.S.-based companies for the period noted above as well as hiring-rate changes year over year between 2012 and 2013. In addition to average salary, CyberCoders analyzed hiring rates year over year. Aggregated individual salary listings for candidates that  specialize in iOS and Android development were used for the study. The salary ranges provided are a calculated average based on the aggregated data.
In all areas hiring rates increased for 2013 compared to 2012. Heidi Golledge, CEO and co-founder of CyberCoders notes that, “It is a very interesting and dynamic hiring climate for mobile developers. Although Android’s latest numbers put them at about a 53 percent market share, we have seen a much greater increase in hiring for iOS developers.”
The key report data is shown in the chart below:
Chart courtesy CyberCoders
These are interesting numbers. The research clearly reveals that senior/lead Android developers receive an average of $10,000 more a year in salary when compared to their iOS counterparts. Both salary levels are nevertheless impressive. They are as well for more junior developers -- where there is no real difference in the related dollar amounts each earns on average. The real difference, however, is that companies are hiring many more iOS developers than Android developers. Although this isn't surprising given the general state of iOS and Android enterprise market penetration, it confirms from a different angle and perspective that this remains the case.
CyberCoders finds that the applicant pool for Android developer positions is in fact much smaller than that for iOS developers. This was a key factor that underscores the higher average salary for experienced Android developers. Senior level developers saw a dramatic increase in hiring regardless of which operating system these developers specialize in. Based on the current data, CyberCoders projects a more than 200 percent increase in hiring for senior level mobile talent into 2014.
This certainly bodes well for junior level programmers. Cybercoders did uncover that junior level talent, although in demand, was not close to the demand for senior level talent. This further reflects the urgency that many enterprises feel to get their mobile houses in order. And it certainly points to the kinds of skills that will give college graduates an edge in the job market both today and tomorrow.

Android Software Developer Salary 

The average salary for an Android Software Developer is Rs 246,852 per year. Most people move on to other jobs if they have more than 10 years' experience in this field. The highest paying skills associated with this job are . NET, MySQL, SQL, Eclipse Java IDE, and C#.

Your next job: Mobile app developer?

With companies scrambling to build mobile apps, there's a gold rush on for developers willing to retool their technical skills and adopt a new design mind-set.

As market demand surges for apps to run on iOS, Android and whatever operating system will power the next wave of smart devices, companies are facing a dearth of mobile development talent. For IT professionals with programming skills, that gap represents a fresh opportunity to embark on a career makeover.
To put the demand in perspective, consider that Apple racked up $1.78 billion in app sales in 2010, and global mobile app sales are forecast to hit $4 billion this year, according to market researcher IHS.

mobile app dev

Just who is developing all of those apps? In its recent "America's Tech Talent Crunch" study, IT job site found that job postings for Android developers soared 302% in the first quarter of this year compared to the first quarter of 2010; ads for iPhone-related positions rose 220% in the same time frame.

READ NOW, a website for freelancers, reports comparable demand: In the first quarter of 2011, there were 4,500 mobile developer jobs posted on the site -- an increase of 101% over the number of similar job postings in the same quarter last year.

The total number of job listings on the site expanded at a rate of 52% in that same time frame, indicating that mobile development as a career segment may be growing twice as fast as the overall job market, according to Ellen Pack, vice president of marketing at
It's not just tech companies that are on the prowl for mobile development talent. Today, all kinds of product and service companies are scrambling to come out with apps, just as, a short while ago, they were working to establish a presence on social networking sites.
"It's become one of the boxes you have to check to be a successful brand," Pack says. And that reality translates into pent-up demand for app developers. "It's one of those areas where there is more demand than supply because there aren't enough great mobile developers out there."

While there are ample pools of Web and Java development talent, professionals with expertise building native apps for Apple's iPhone or iPad, or for the BlackBerry or any of the newer Android devices, are in short supply because of the relative newness of those platforms.

Developers and designers who fully understand the constraints and the opportunities afforded by the smaller real estate and touch interfaces of the smart device platform are in high demand.
Market watchers say it's the ability to grasp mobile's new usage rules, and not simply the ability to master new programming skills, that separates those with an affinity for mobile development from those who just don't get it.
"When you're building Web applications, [you] have the whole desktop. There are things you can get away with from a design point of view that simply don't translate to a mobile device," notes Eric Knipp, a Gartner analyst specializing in Web and cloud computing. "It's not just about making things smaller or splitting things up into separate screens. Developers have been trained to think that more features equates to better applications, but on mobile devices, that's simply not true."