The demand for Java and .NET developers hasn’t slowed down in recent years. In fact, Java was named one of the UK’s top three in-demand programming languages in August 2017 and, according to eWeek, .NET remains one of the ‘commonly advertised technical skills for developers’ on Indeed.
So, why are companies finding it difficult to hire and retain Java and .NET developers? High demand for programmers in general means that top candidates can be selective in committing to a company, whether for a project or full-time employment.
Java and .Net are employees’ markets
With demand for Java/.Net developers outstripping supply, employers need to be quick to hire new developers and companies with a reputation for innovative projects will be first choice for developers looking to start or continue their career.
Potential for growth
A company that provides opportunities for their employees to learn new skills and supports them in their role is far more likely to hire and retain adept and enthusiastic workers.
Established in 1998 PROFINIT specialise in consulting, software services and application development. We use DevOps and Agile methodologies throughout all aspects of our work.
With our 400 strong development workforce we boast a range of cost effective software development services. We work with a number of brands that are recognised worldwide.
The talent you need
When you outsource, your development needs to go to a team of specialists so that you know that your projects are in the safe hands of skilled workers.
When you need it
Outsourcing is useful for reducing costs. With no need to hire your own development team, your outsourced developers can work on a project by project basis.
Bring in the experts
A company who focuses solely on development will be in the know on the latest tech and strategies, and with a history in development, is more likely to attract and retain the best developers.
PROFINIT draw deeply on our expertise to equip and transfer our knowledge to your teams with the skills they need moving forward. We aim to build a relationship by leaving a culture to take on future projects. In 2018 businesses need to be looking not just at their digital transformation strategies but at how they can achieve their goals using traditional methods.