In the current market scenario, DevOps, a term which can be described as a mix of Development and Operations, isn’t exactly unheard of in the world of Software Development (It’s been around for 7 years). It can be described as an approach that lays stress on collaboration between the development and operations wings of an organization, adopted to optimize the delivery of software and also improving the production cycle rate.
India is a land swamped with immense opportunities in IT. Unfortunately, the most embarrassing fact is that there is a meagreness of sufficient competence among college pass-outs. One of the recent national study conducted in India on the employability of qualified professionals were thwarting. The study reveals that only 4.77 percent of the candidate can write the correct logic and is fit for programming jobs.
The statistical figures of the study from a sample of 36000 students of IT related branches from 500 engineering colleges is upsetting. The result of the machine learning based appraisal test of software development skills reveals, 70 percent of them could not even write the codes that compiles. Further 90% of them are lagging in the latest technical knowledge and key talents essential for the industry.