Development skills and systems development are key to helping businesses develop faster and more efficiently, according to the Government’s latest development plans.
Key points:More than 5 million people in the UK have been assessed as ‘developing’ systemsThe Government wants to train more than 15,000 developers to take up development rolesIn a move to boost skills for the future, the Government has commissioned more than 5,000 people to take the development skills test in 2019, the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills (BIS) said.
“This will see more than five million people, or 3.5% of the population, assessed as having developed the skills needed to help businesses grow, deliver the services they provide and innovate,” a BIS spokesperson said.
In a bid to boost the development of skills, the UK government is now inviting developers to develop a system using the latest systems and tools to boost productivity, according the BIS.
The new initiative aims to help develop a “high-value and innovative system” to help deliver services to customers, it said.
The UK Government’s aim to train as many as 15,020 developers to build high-value, high-tech systems over a five-year period, it added.
The Government is also encouraging developers to learn about how the UK works with others to create more efficient and efficient services.
In the latest of its latest round of “developing” the UK’s systems and infrastructure, the BISC said there was a need for more than 12,000 additional developers to be trained in the areas of software development, cloud computing, network infrastructure and the internet of things.BISC’s new project, which has already been commissioned, will look at how businesses can improve the efficiency and efficiency of the UKs infrastructure.
“Developers can get involved in a wide range of projects across all three of these areas, and be part of the driving of innovation and business development across all of these new areas,” the Bisc said.BIS will also look at the needs of developers in the cloud and cloud-native applications, including the use of technologies like Amazon Web Services and Microsoft Azure.
Developers who have not already taken up the project will be asked to take it again.
The latest batch of developers will be selected from those who meet the requirements for the BICS project and have “well-developed” skills in the fields of software, infrastructure, systems, software development and cloud computing,” the spokesperson added.”
The BISC’s latest ‘developers’ initiative will also provide an opportunity for developers to participate in the BISA, which is designed to foster a more sustainable, creative and forward-looking UK.
“We are confident that the new initiative will lead to a significant increase in the number of talented developers working across government.”
The government’s development plan aims to develop more than a million people into system developers, with more than 20,000 already taking the test, it continued.
“In 2019, more than 3,500 developers will take the BIST, and there are now more than 150,000 active developers in our UK cloud development teams.”
These new and skilled developers are critical to helping develop UK’s innovative new systems and services, as well as the global system development system.
“More than 2,200 developers from government and industry will take part in the next round of the BISH program in 2020, which will be hosted by the British Academy of Engineering and is open to developers who have a BISC in their portfolio.