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# ict - Monday 25 August, 2014

Opinion: Will the push to encourage more science and technology graduates be worth it?

There has been a series of initiatives put in place to encourage interest in STEM subjects for school leavers; will the effort be rewarded with good jobs?

# ict - Wednesday 25 June, 2014

Opinion: I’m 15 years old and I've set up my own company – here's why

We can’t continue to just lament the shortage of highly skilled IT graduates; we need to re-think the way digital skills are taught in the classroom.

# ict - Tuesday 27 May, 2014

Three companies have announced a combined 480 new jobs across the country

The jobs are being created by Ericsson, SAP and Wipro.

# ict - Saturday 3 May, 2014

Are women the 'untapped answer' to Ireland's IT skills shortage?

A new report proposes that women could be the key to bridging the skills gap in the IT sector, but found that three quarters of females working in the industry had not planned on making it their career.

# ict - Monday 28 April, 2014

Diona opens global HQ in Dublin, creates 40 new tech jobs

Diona was founded in 2012 by Dublin-born Graham Stubbs and has offices in India, the UK, Germany, USA, Canada, Dubai and New Zealand.

# ict - Wednesday 23 April, 2014

The Government is making it easier for skilled workers from abroad to work in Ireland

A new bill will bring in nine different ways to be granted an employment permit.

# ict - Friday 18 April, 2014

Jobs watch: 30 new posts on the way at Trilogy Technologies in Dublin 8

Some of the jobs are already being advertised on the company’s website.

# ict - Monday 24 March, 2014

Rwandan President pledges €50,000 to perfect Joanne O'Riordan's robot

Paul Kagame told a conference in Dublin that his country would match funds being put forward by the International Telecommunication Union.

# ict - Tuesday 14 January, 2014

'A lot done, more to do': Reform plans promise more public services cards and better procurement

Launching new public service reform plans today, the Minister of State Brian Hayes said there has been “a lot done, more to do, to borrow a phrase from the past”.

# ict - Monday 2 December, 2013

How can we make Ireland a global technology hub?

A new strategy aims to harness Ireland’s strengths when it comes to the technology sector.

# ict - Wednesday 18 September, 2013

75 new Irish jobs announced in software testing company

Up to 30 of these positions are expected to be recruited before the end of this year.

# ict - Sunday 4 August, 2013

13-year-old Waterford programmer in NY Apple Store keynote speech

The young entrepreneur is CEO of his own games company, and started writing code when he was nine.

# ict - Wednesday 15 May, 2013

Just 5 per cent of people don't own TVs - survey

That is according to a new survey from Comreg, which also found that 75 per cent of those asked said they own a laptop.

# ict - Wednesday 10 April, 2013

'2,000 extra tech staff a year' with education and visa reforms – ministers

Ruairi Quinn and Richard Bruton are to create extra education spaces and visa placements to provide more ICT staff.

# ict - Monday 11 March, 2013

Column: The way some people view African countries is inherently racist – as Kony 2012 shows

The Invisible Children campaign went viral worldwide last year – but it was deeply racist, politically motivated, and presented a Uganda that does not exist, writes Kevin McPartlan.

# ict - Thursday 20 December, 2012

81 per cent of households now have internet access

The figures from the CSO also show that 19 per cent of unemployed people have never used the internet.

# ict - Wednesday 12 December, 2012

More than 30 jobs to be created by eReading company in Dublin

Kobo is to set up a software development centre in Dublin creating the highly-skilled jobs.

# ict - Monday 20 August, 2012

Maths and IT courses see biggest surge in CAO points race

Mathematics and Physics at the University of Limerick saw the highest points surge – up by a whopping 145 points.

# ict - Monday 21 May, 2012

Column: Job creation is too important for party politics. Let’s work together.

Writing for, Micheál Martin explains why Fianna Fáil’s new plan to tackle youth unemployment should be seriously considered.

# ict - Monday 21 November, 2011

105 new technology jobs in Limerick and Dublin

ON Semiconductor is expanding its design centre in Limerick to create 70 positions, while Misys software will hire 35 in Dublin.

# ict - Thursday 17 November, 2011

Who has the civil service employed this year?

Some exceptions to the hiring moratorium have been granted by the Government – including posts for judiciary criers – but there was no place for new staff to answer calls made to the emergency services.