For the past 10 to 15 years, leading companies like Intel, IBM, Samsung Display, Nokia, and Microsoft have chosen Vietnam for software outsourcing. However, software developers in Vietnam had no idea about the products they were working on, such as their final use and who they were being made for. Therefore, this work did not add much value to the local industry. However, it laid the foundation for Vietnam’s IT industry to grow steadily and emerge as a regional tech hub. Some even dubbed it the Silicon Valley of Asia, with automation, artificial intelligence (AI), deep learning, and machine learning reaching deep into Vietnamese society. IT is now one of the hottest industries in Vietnam. Thanks to new government policies to attract more IT businesses, many start-up companies from America, Europe and Australia, and some from neighbouring countries such as Singapore have set up software development centres in Vietnam. This has led to a significant increase in demand for software engineers, software developers and maintenance engineers. Vietnamese talent in the software development industry is highly valued for their hard-working spirit, flexibility and adaptability to the fast changing environment. The greatest demand for tech talent mostly comes from start-up companies in… Read full this story
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