According to the latest Talent Neuron Report, there are over 1300 open and available jobs in Information Technology, representing over 270 New Mexican employers.
Top skills sought include Linux, Cyber security, Technical support, Java, and Python and the top five job titles posted include Project Manager, System Administrator, Software Engineer, Network Engineer, and Systems Engineer in that order.
Have a look for yourself by clicking and downloading the Information Technology in New Mexico Report (12-26-17).
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NMTC Members in Software Development and Apps
From their website: BP3 delivers transformative solutions that help enterprise-level organizations improve overall performance by connecting people, processes and technologies. We provide business process, decision management and analytics software and services to Fortune 500 businesses in the financial services, retail, healthcare and energy sectors. Our Brazos Platform has been powering thousands of digital transformations and customer experiences since 2007 and solves complex business problems for businesses all over the world. Recognized as a “best place to work” by Fortune Magazine and The Austin Business Journal, BP3 is headquartered in Austin, Texas with offices in London, Amsterdam, and Copenhagen.
Deep Dive Coding Bootcamps are a part of CNM Ingenuity, a nonprofit that helps Central New Mexico Community College pursue cooperative ventures in technology and entrepreneurship.
From their website: “We offer a variety of modern web programming and software development bootcamps. You’ll learn the fundamentals of modern web development and learn to code and build sites and apps so you can get a great job or build those apps you’ve been thinking about. Each bootcamp teaches different skills, but they’re all focused on teaching you in-demand skills when it comes to web and software development. We’ll help you prepare for a job as a developer and work with our extensive network in Albuquerque or wherever you may want to launch your coding career.”
Girl Develop It Chapter, Albuquerque, New Mexico
From the website: “Girl Develop It is a nonprofit organization that provides affordable programs for adult women interested in learning web and software development in a judgment-free environment.”
“Our vision is to create a network of empowered women who feel confident in their abilities to code and build beautiful web and mobile applications. By teaching women around the world from diverse backgrounds to learn software development, we can help women improve their careers and confidence in their everyday lives.”
From their website: At Iterative, we believe in Agile. Our development process emphasizes tight feedback loops and a highly collaborative design and development process. This enables our clients to plan, change direction and priorities, have flexibility, and manage expectations effectively.
Agile development methodology provides frequent opportunities for our clients to evaluate and steer the direction of a project throughout the software development lifecycle. This is achieved by working in sprints. A sprint is a specific duration of time (typically 2-4 weeks) during which we focus on a set number of development tasks. At the beginning of each sprint, you get to decide which features from the backlog you want to schedule next, providing you with the freedom to easily change direction in the middle of a project.
From their website: JoneSolutions.Com was established December 2001 and provides domain registration, shared hosting, reseller hosting, vps, dedicated servers, cPanel server management, and R1Soft back-up solutions. We exclusively own the equipment used for our dedicated servers collocated in Dallas, Texas and Los Angeles, CA.
With over ten years of business experience, JoneSolutions.Com guarantees the best hosting solution and management for you and your business. Expert cPanel server mangement, 24/7 support, 99.99% uptime guarantee and transaction safety are our assurance of quality for your best hosting/server security experience with us.
From their website: Lavu’s iPad point of sale system is the world’s leading mobile POS for restaurants and bars. With the first iPad POS system in the App Store, Lavu offers premier, proprietary bar and restaurant POS systems, used by thousands of restaurants in over 80 countries.
New Mexico TechWorks, Santa Fe, New Mexico
From their website: “We are promoting Tech education, training under-represented community members, and supporting Tech enterprise and workforce development. We are also stewarding TechHire Santa Fe and Northern New Mexico!”
From their website: OpenEye Scientific Software Inc. is a privately held company headquartered in Santa Fe, NM, with offices in Boston, Cologne, Strasbourg, and Tokyo. It was founded in 1997 to develop large-scale molecular modeling applications and toolkits. Primarily aimed towards drug discovery and design, areas of application include: Cheminformatics, Structure Generation, Shape Comparison, Docking, Fragment Replacement. Electrostatics, Crystallography, and Visualization.
From their website: Sabre technology is as essential to travel as air and water are essential to life. We are one of the world’s largest software companies. We were Big Data long before that was a buzzword. We created the world’s largest electronic marketplace when Amazon was just a river in Brazil. What started as a joint initiative between American Airlines and IBM to create the world’s first computerized airline reservation system in 1960 has since evolved into a technology ecosystem that touches almost every stage of your travel experience.
From their website: Since 1998, SambaSafety® has been the pioneer and leading provider of driver risk management software in North America. Our mission is to guide our customers including employers, fleet managers and insurance providers to make the right decision at the right time. By collecting, correlating and analyzing motor vehicle records (MVRs) and other data sources, we identify driver risk and enable our customers to modify their drivers’ behavior, reduce accidents, ensure compliance, and lower costs — ultimately improving driver and community safety.