Finding the right ?fit’


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  • Sunday, 20 Dec 2015

Self-taught programmer: Teng has built multiple web applications and is now the founder of a tech academy.

Employers wanting to hire those with technical talent and skills are finding it increasingly difficult to get suitable candidates.

WHEN it comes to looking for a career in programming, having the skills alone is sometimes not enough. Employers also look at whether a candidate is able to work with the team.

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