Odesk reports growth in Drupal and Joomla opportunities January 9, 2009Posted by goteti in Open Source Content Management.
Tags: Drupal, Joomla
A recent post by oDesk, the leading marketplace where freelancers and companies find IT projects online reports that demand for Drupal and Joomla projects have been on the upside in 2008.
The site compiled data analysed from over 100,000 jobs posted in 2008. While there has been enormous interest for WordPress developers and SEO consultants, the sheer number of resources available in this space makes it a very competive space.
The report also mentions that there has been a steady rise in requests for skillsets in areas where resources are scarce, and these include jobs in LAMP (Linux, Apache, MySQL and PHP) and Drupal which makes it an interesting space to build competence in.
Enclosed, a detail presentation of their findings:
So…as usual, we are looking forward to the Drupal and Joomla spaces to continue and grow, especially so in the current economic environment, and are also eager to take up migration projects to these open source projects. Anyone interested in details, drop us a mail at firstname.lastname@example.org