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How to keep up with changing technologies?

date: 10 January 2017
reading time: 2 min

1st January 1983 is marked as the day when modern Internet came into use. Who would have thought back then that the pace of changes is going to be so fast, since novelties appear every day. How to stay on top of them?

It is an imperative to remain a pioneer on the market. However, it isn’t the easiest task with more and more new technologies appearing around us.

You can never fully say that you know everything there is to know because it all evolves at an unimaginable rate. So, what to do to keep up with these changes?


The sooner you find out about new technologies, the better.

This is the reason why you should be a part of social media groups, follow interesting genres, read magazines, share your thoughts on novelty technologies or movements and get involved in the business.

Engagement will let you get a hold of topics and enable to know what there is to know much faster.


Interaction with your peers is key. It is possible that during meetings and themed events you’ll have a chance to familiarise yourself with the latest technologies before others, less interested in the subject.

Additionally, these meetups enable you to talk to experts and learn their point of view, which is incredibly valuable when it comes to changes that aren’t known to the public just yet.

Be aware of the change

Even after months of contributions, certifications or getting to know ‘the new’, you must stay open-minded and be aware that in a, possibly very, short time new technology will enter the market.

But let’s not get pessimistic about it – general knowledge is a good foundation for newer things. Besides, thanks to constant change, your development will never end and you will be given a lot of chances to grow.

We hope we shed some light on the subject. Change is necessary and we can’t fight it. However, how we deal with it solely depends on us.

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