As part of a multi-post series, we’re taking a closer look at three monumental shifts in computing on the horizon, including how AI will create new roles for programmers, the rise of mission-based learning as opposed to solely programming and our featured topic here, the shift from traditional Von Neumann architecture to memory-based computing
While programming in our current day and age isn’t going away – and probably isn’t even shrinking anytime soon – there are exciting new opportunities on the horizon for programmers to come. Namely, with machine learning becoming ever more important, we’re sure to see new “trainer” roles growing and eventually becoming part of the profession that deals with artificial intelligence.
From time to time, a company will think of reducing the use of outside technical recruiters. In fact, it may completely cut out the function altogether. Later on, it will compile statistics in which it claims three people in the recruiting department facilitated 50-100 hires a year and the cost-per-hire was fairly low.
Sounds great, right? There’s just one problem.