Dan Lyons writes that there is a growing need for people to run today’s powerful supercomputers.
Wu Feng, a professor of supercomputing at Virginia Polytechnic whose work focuses on small and mid-sized supercomputers, says companies are so hungry for talent that “I’ve even had different parts of a single company vying for my students. They’re in high demand.”
In a rather humorous slip, Lyons refers to the talent shortage as the “missing middle.” Maybe that’s why they’re missing. Read the Full Story.