09 Nov '11, 2am

New blog post: Singapore Computer Society unveils first registry for IT professionals

New blog post: Singapore Computer Society unveils first registry for IT professionals

The Singapore Computer Society launched Singapore’s first registry dedicated for ICT professionals yesterday. InfoPier will serve as a repository and online community to facilitate networking and collaboration among local IT professionals and business entities. The portal aims to raise ICT professionals’ profile in the industry and bridge the demand and supply gap of Infocomm manpower. Membership for InfoPier is free until 31 August 2012. After that, the Basic membership cost S$48 per year and Premium membership cost S$68 (Before GST). The difference between the Basic and Premium membership will be announced at a later date. Personally, I think this registry is long over due. It is so over due that I wonder if this registry is still relevant now with all the social networking sites. IT professionals can easily use sites like Linkedin or GetACoder to promote their skills. A...

Full article: http://blog.dk.sg/2011/11/09/singapore-computer-society-u...

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