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Computerworld Salary Survey 2015: Get a raise! [video title screen]
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Why job changers should NEVER ask for a counter-offer

Suzanne Fairlie and Angela Yochem discuss why asking for a counter-offer from your current employer when you have a job offer is never a good idea. This video is part of the Computerworld IT Salary Survey 2015 special report.

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Get a raise! Tips from a global CIO (part 2)

Computerworld's Julia King chats with Angela Yochem, global CIO at BDP International, about how IT pros can best present themselves when asking for a raise from their current employer. Part 2 of a two-part video.

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Get a raise! Tips from a global CIO (part 1)

Computerworld's Julia King chats with Angela Yochem, global CIO at BDP International, about how IT pros can best present themselves when asking for a raise from their current employer. Part 1 of a two-part video.

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Get a raise! Tips from an IT recruiter (part 2)

Computerworld's Julia King chats with Suzanne Fairlie, managing director at Preston & Partners, about the best ways for IT candidates to get a pay boost when switching jobs. Part 2 of a two-part series.

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Get a raise! Tips from an IT recruiter (part 1)

Computerworld's Julia King chats with Suzanne Fairlie, managing director at Preston & Partners, about the best ways for IT candidates to get a pay boost when switching jobs. Part 1 of a two-part series.

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11 must-have Apple Watch apps

Now that you’ve got your new Apple Watch, here are the apps you should try…

Drones Behaving Badly

Drones behaving badly: Dark skies ahead

Technical advances -- and questionable use -- are fast accelerating the need for policies regarding the unmanned future of our skies

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IT Interviews: How citizen developers help Royal Caribbean Cruises

At the Agenda15 conference, Computerworld spoke with Bill Martin, CIO at Royal Caribbean Cruises, on how citizen developers are deployed and utilized at the company.

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6 ways to boost your personal brand

Your personal brand is more than just a buzz phrase -- it's the set of unique talents, skills and personality that makes you exactly the right fit for your dream job. Here are six tips to build your brand.

2015 Tech Conventions

10 tech conferences worth attending in 2015

Already anticipating the Consumer Electronics Show next January? Looking to get the biggest bang for your travel budget buck in the remainder of 2015? Check out our picks for conferences worth attending this year.

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Amazing bug-sized robots developed in DARPA project

Researchers in Silicon Valley have developed insect-size robots that can manufacture microstructures that are too small and complex to be built by current machinery or by hand. The robots are part of work by SRI International into...

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EU targets Android in competition probe

The European Commission has launched an investigation into Google over its Android operating system and demands the company makes to hardware partners.

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Your drone flight might be illegal

Drone flying laws in the US won't be defined until 2017, which means that some commercial drone flights might be illegal.

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Top soft and technical skills that will get you hired

When employers have several similar qualified candidates, the right mix of soft and technical skills can make the difference. Here's what companies look for in that next great hire.

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Predictive video could end buffering

Technology from Akamai uses predictive analytics to preload videos you might want to watch.

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This new robot could replace rovers on NASA missions

Researchers at NASA and UC Berkeley are developing a robot that could one day replace the rovers we use to explore other planets.

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5 features to get you started with your new Samsung Galaxy S6

Samsung's new flagship comes bundled with a heaping of new software features, including an improved fingerprint scanner, Themes, and more.

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Alan Turing manuscript up for auction

Written during World War II, the manuscript is the last one in existence from the English mathematician who cracked the Nazi's Enigma code.

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