Sharon Florentine

Senior Writer

Sharon Florentine is a senior writer for CIO.com, covering IT careers, women in technology and diversity and inclusion. Before she joined CIO in 2013, Sharon worked as a freelance writer and project manager for technology vendors and media companies such as UBM, Microsoft, Fujitsu and Juniper Networks. She has also written for ChannelPro SMB magazine, CRN and TheLadders.com, among others. Previously, Sharon worked as a staff writer for eWEEK and Channel Insider.

Should software developers have a code of ethics?

Self-taught? 3 keys to acing the coding interview

Self-taught? 3 keys to acing the coding interview

Coding interviews are nerve-wracking, but using blind coding challenges can help boost your performance and even the odds

6 traits engineers need to succeed as IT leaders

6 traits engineers need to succeed as IT leaders

IT managers must motivate, lead, and inspire, which is easier said than done

7 agile certifications to take your career to the next level

7 agile certifications to take your career to the next level

How agile are you? One of these certification programs could help you, and your future employer, find out.

Scrum’s co-creator talks about the framework’s transformational effect

Scrum’s co-creator talks about the framework’s transformational effect

Jeff Sutherland discusses where the tech industry is, where it’s going, and the challenges that lie ahead as more companies adopt agile and scrum.

6 ways to nail the job interview
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6 ways to nail the job interview

Learn what IT hiring managers say are the most common interviewing mistakes and how you can avoid making them. Millennials, these tips are especially for you.

Demand for software developers remains high

There's a huge demand for software development talent, both for core technologies like Java and .Net as well as in emerging tech areas like the Internet of Things and wearable tech.

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