Joining The Mobile App Goldrush

Mobile applications have presented a new opportunity for IT pros who are also programmers, as businesses--small and large--are eager to find decent mobile developers. If you have been considering the jump into the mobile goldrush, there's still time to make your descent.

Tech companies aren't the only ones looking for mobile developers--even product and service providers are interested in having their own native apps. There are plenty of web and Java developers available, but those with native iOS, Android or BlackBerry development skills are still a rarity due to the fact that the platforms are still relatively new.

Mobile applications have presented a new opportunity for IT pros who are also programmers, as businesses--small and large--are eager to find decent mobile developers. If you have been considering the jump into the mobile goldrush, there's still time to make your descent.

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