While new industries are breaking into the automation and information age, new technology also emerges. The widespread use of the latest technology also brings with it new programming techniques or function calls that capitalizes on the new power of the new technology. Programmers in order to remain competitive should be updated in the latest programming languages, techniques, and technology. It is imperative therefore to ensure that the programmers are not only well versed with the new trends in technology they should also be updated on the latest way of integrating the new technology to their work or project.However, the fragile industry has to contend with its own problem, as new skills are acquired the attrition also increases. Through the use of surveys, this paper shall investigate the various techniques being employed by several software companies in order to balance their need to educate their technical employees and the need to recoup the investment made in training and educating these employees by the company. This paper shall try to improve and provide new techniques to augment what has been learned or at the very least combine the best practice in order to maximize what has been learned from the companies surveyed.To validate the result of the survey and the knowledge learned from the company that could be used as basis in formulating the best practice. Other important information should first be established. It is imperative to know if there is a real need from the company to train or educate their employees. It is equally important to know if the employee is given a choice on the type of training/education he would be taking up. This paper also need to determine if the education or training a pre-requisite for any promotion in the offing.The following information is likewise important to note: Are the employees required to stay in the company until they have completed some kind of technology transfer? Are the employees trained or educated before any project that need the skill set and expertise is required? Other relevant questions shall also be asked that will help in the formulation of the framework that can be adopted by the companies in educating their technical staff.This research aims to develop a framework that will enable all parties concerned to benefit from the latest direction of the software industry. The Framework should be able to target two specific area that will
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