Exploring Web and Mobile Development Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: A Consensus-Based Pile Sort Methodology
The increasing use of mobile devices, availability of wireless Internet, and growing consumerism on the web have created a need for information technology workers with the knowledge, skills and abilities to meet the demand for responsive websites and mobile applications. The proposed research will analyze a corpus of job advertisements—using both automated and non-automated methods—to provide a contemporary review of the most in-demand web and mobile development job skills. The results of this study can be used by educators in designing curriculum that address the current needs of industry in terms of information technology workers.
Southeastern Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences Annual Meeting (SE-INFORMS)
Myrtle Beach, SC
Wainford, Sam, Adrian Gardiner, Cheryl L. Aasheim, Paige Rutner.
"Exploring Web and Mobile Development Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: A Consensus-Based Pile Sort Methodology."
Enterprise Systems and Analytics Faculty Presentations.