Wednesday, 18 July 2012

Tech gigs: iOS apps and HTML5 are in; SEO, social media, .Net are out

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TechRepublic Member | July 18, 2012

Tech gigs: iOS apps, HTML5 in; SEO, social media, .Net out

If you're a .Net developer look out below on the freelance project front. Mobile developers have more work than they can handle. Read more

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