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Dice Tech Salary Survey Released March 28, 2017 SALARIES FOR STORAGE AND NETWORKING SKILLS ON THE RISE

Contents PAGE 3 PAGE 8 Reasons for Salary Increases 10-Year Trend in Tech Salaries Top-Paying Tech Skills PAGE 9 PAGE 4 Willingness to Relocate Salary Satisfaction Reasons for Changing Employers PAGE 5 Top Tech Salaries by Metro PAGE 6 U.S. Tech Salaries by State Employee Motivators PAGE 7 Salary by Job Title Salary by Years of Experience Hourly Rates for Contractors Salary by Employment Type The Can't Miss Perk for Retaining Top Tech Talent: Education PAGE 11 Salary by Industry PAGE 12 Top Paying Skills and Experience

Salaries for Storage and Networking Skills on the Rise REASONS FOR SALARY INCREASE* Dice Salary Survey finds critical skills areas and programming language fluency warrant most increases, indicating where specific skills are in highest demand Storage and networking skills warranted pay increases among technology professionals across the country with hospitality, Internet, manufacturing, consumer products and banking seeing the most industry-specific increases, according to the annual salary survey by Dice. Overall technology salaries in the U.S. were essentially flat year-over-year (-1%), at 92,081 annually from 93,328 in 2015, with some areas across the country and specific skills areas seeing increases. 36% Merit raise 24% Changed employers 10% Internal promotion 8% Cost of living Mandated 6% company-wide increase Highly-skilled technology professionals remain in the most demand, especially those candidates proficient in the technologies needed to support industry transformation and growth. For example, both the storage and networking sectors, the categories where Dice has found the most salary increases overall, 6% 4% 3% 2% 1% 1% Became employed (full time, first job, etc.) Higher commission or bill rate Other More hours (overtime) Counteroffer Obtained certification * Percentages add up to more than 100% due to rounding. AVERAGE U.S. TECH SALARY 10-YEAR TREND 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 AVG. SALARY AVG. SALARY AVG. SALARY AVG. SALARY AVG. SALARY AVG. SALARY AVG. SALARY AVG. SALARY AVG. SALARY AVG. SALARY 74,570 78,035 78,845 79,384 81,327 85,619 87,526 88,479 93,328 92,081 YR/YR CHANGE YR/YR CHANGE YR/YR CHANGE YR/YR CHANGE YR/YR CHANGE YR/YR CHANGE YR/YR CHANGE YR/YR CHANGE YR/YR CHANGE YR/YR CHANGE 1.7% 4.6% 1.0% 0.7% 2.4% 5.3% 2.2% 1.1% 5.5% -1.3% Dice Tech Salary Survey 3

are undergoing major disruption. The migration from hardware-based storage to cloud storage¹ and the explosion of IoT technologies connecting billions of devices (Gartner) are creating a demand for skills to support these transitions and growth. When industries experience transformation at this level, it creates skills demand and increased salaries. The top ten biggest salary increases over 2015 were associated with the following skills: 1) Compellent (11%); 2) Drupal (9%); 3) JCL (7%); 4) FCoE (7%); 5) Nimble (6%); 6) Hbase (6%); 7) MariaDB (5%); 8) Pure Storage (5%); 9) vCloud (5%); 10) T1 or T3 (5%). RELOCATING The biggest increases for programming languages include: Drupal (9%), JCL (7%), XSLT (4%) and Objective C (3%). CHANGING EMPLOYERS ARE YOU MORE OR LESS WILLING TO RELOCATE TO A NEW CITY OR STATE FOR A JOB THAN ONE YEAR AGO? 42% 26% Same now as a year ago Less willing to relocate now 27% More willing to relocate now 5% Not sure SALARY SATISFACTION SALARY SATISFACTION BEGINS TO REBOUND AFTER TWO YEARS OF DECLINE. SATISFIED WITH SALARY 57% 54% 52% 53% 54% 2012 Overall, the highest-paid skills in 2016 were: 1) HANA 128,958; 2) MapReduce 125,009; 3) Cloud Foundry 124,038; 4) Hbase 123,934; 5) Omnigraffle 123,782; 6) Cassandra 123,459; 7) Apache Kafka 122,728; 8) SOA – Service Oriented Architecture 122,094; 9) Ansible 121,382; and 10) Jetty 120,978. New in 2016 are Cloud Foundry, Apache Kafka and Ansible. 2013 2014 2015 2016 67 % Confidence in finding a favorable new position in 2017. OF THE 40% OF TECH PROS THAT ANTICIPATE CHANGING EMPLOYERS IN 2017, HERE'S WHY. 63% 43% 31% 19% 16% 15% 12% Higher compensation AVERAGE SALARY 77,801 Better working conditions AVERAGE SALARY 86,416 More responsibility AVERAGE SALARY 83,481 Anticipate losing current position AVERAGE SALARY 101,803 Shorter commute AVERAGE SALARY 87,324 Relocation AVERAGE SALARY 80,987 Other AVERAGE SALARY 91,171 1. 451 Research: “Voice of the Enterprise: Storage,” 2016 Dice Tech Salary Survey 4

TOP TECH METROS BY SALARY 1 Silicon Valley 7 2Boston 2016 114,184 YR/YR Change -0.2% 2016 103,368 YR/YR Change 2.1% 21 14 3 San Diego 2016 102,899 YR/YR Change 4.0% 19 4Minneapolis 16 New York Seattle DC/Baltimore Denver Dallas Chicago Austin 13 Phoenix 14 Sacramento 6 24 17 10 12 18 26 2016 99,400 YR/YR Change -2.2% 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 15 23 2016 99,404 YR/YR Change -1.0% Los Angeles METRO 27 8 9 13 5 22 11 2016 YR/YR CHANGE 99,345 99,290 97,958 96,530 95,130 94,610 93,962 -1.7% -2.3% -3.4% 0.2% 2.1% 0.7% -4.8% 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 92,521 90,567 3.0% -6.9% 22 Detroit 23 St. Louis METRO Philadelphia Charlotte Atlanta Houston Kansas City Orlando Portland “Skills that were used a year ago may not be as prominent today; skills that are relevant today will evolve tomorrow. This creates a marketplace where both tech professionals and employers must keep their fingers on the pulse of skills training and demand,” said Bob Melk, President, Dice. The skills areas which garnered salary increases indicate where professionals and employers should focus their training and recruiting efforts.” 2016 YR/YR CHANGE 90,414 89,215 88,214 88,166 87,452 86,490 85,588 -4.6% -1.3% -7.6% -5.6% -2.2% -0.2% -7.2% 85,400 83,717 -2.3% 3.1% 20 METRO 24 25 26 27 Raleigh Miami Tampa Cleveland 25 2016 YR/YR CHANGE 83,504 82,478 81,285 78,818 -7.3% -1.6% -7.6% -4.2% SEE MORE: For additional market information, an interactive map of average U.S. tech salaries by state and key metro area is provided at: dice.com/salarymap Tech pros remain confident in their career choices and are willing to relocate for even more opportunity. Fiftyfour percent of those surveyed say they are satisfied with their compensation, up one point from 2015, and 27 percent are more willing to relocate to a new city for a job, up two points from 2015. While 67 percent of tech pros remain confident they could find a favorable new position, in 2017, finding Dice Tech Salary Survey 5

a relevant position for their skillsets is the biggest concern (15%), followed by keeping their skills up to date (14%) and position elimination (10%), all of which underscore the increasing need for professionals to continue skills development and training and to understand the value of each skills area. Sixty-one percent of tech pros received a salary increase from a year ago and 9 percent reported a decrease. Increased compensation is the most common motivator employers provided to tech pros in 2016 (18%), followed by flexible work location and ability to telecommute (14%) and more interesting and challenging assignments (12%). TOP SALARIES BY STATE STATE AL AK* AZ AR* CA CO CT DE* DC FL GA HI* ID* 2016 YR/YR CHANGE 79,672 78,275 91,006 74,038 104,706 96,018 93,632 73,275 96,645 83,226 85,995 81,047 68,342 0.5% 15.2% 1.6% -4.5% -1.3% 0.1% 0.4% -21.9% 2.0% -2.0% -7.5% -17.0% -20.0% STATE IL IN IA KS* KY* LA* ME* MD MA MI MN MS* MO 2016 YR/YR CHANGE 93,198 74,276 78,960 89,132 80,121 74,824 71,172 93,551 103,711 82,398 99,062 61,740 82,284 1.2% -4.5% -2.1% 2.2% 7.5% -3.6% 5.1% -6.8% 2.6% -2.7% 0.5% 1.5% 0.8% STATE 2016 MT* NE* NV* NH* NJ NM* NY NC ND* OH OK* OR PA 75,229 82,233 85,800 90,985 99,197 80,098 96,801 84,589 77,196 83,268 77,206 84,073 87,350 YR/YR CHANGE 12.2% 0.4% 8.1% -4.7% 0.2% 2.2% -2.9% -3.6% -4.9% 0.9% -4.8% -4.2% -1.1% STATE RI* SC SD* TN TX UT VT* VA WA WV* WI WY* 2016 YR/YR CHANGE 88,101 76,784 65,848 82,749 90,869 89,798 77,267 99,835 96,521 93,951 79,006 68,850 6.2% -5.5% -5.8% 4.8% -1.1% 0.7% -0.6% -0.7% -4.1% 40.6% -9.5% -3.3% SEE MORE: For additional market information, an interactive map of average U.S. tech salaries by state and key metro area is provided at: dice.com/salarymap * Sample size less than 100 respondents, therefore, not statistically valid, but presented for continuity purposes only. TOP MOTIVATORS WHAT WAS THE PRIMARY MOTIVATOR YOUR EMPLOYER PROVIDED YOU IN 2016? PERCENTAGE OF EMPLOYERS PROVIDING MOTIVATORS TO RETAIN TALENT. 2016 18 % Increased compensation 14 work % Flexible location/telecommute 70% 12 interesting % More or challenging work 2009 53% 9% Flexible work hours 3% Training and certification courses 3% Promotion or New Title Dice Tech Salary Survey 6

TOP SALARY BY JOB TITLE 1 Tech Management (CEO, CIO, CTO, VP, Dir.) 136,934 YR/YR CHANGE JOB TITLE -0.1% 2 Systems Architect 125,946 YR/YR CHANGE -4.7% 3 Tech Management (Srategist, Architect) 125,360 YR/YR CHANGE 1.9% 4 Security Engineer 115,946 YR/YR CHANGE 7.5% 5 Project Manager 112,339 YR/YR CHANGE AVERAGE SALARY BY EXPERIENCE YEARS SALARY Under 1 1–2 3–5 6–10 11–15 Over 15 47,389 54,414 66,681 82,223 94,693 111,620 6 MIS Manager 7 Software Engineer 8 Database Administrator 9 Developer: Database 10 Developer: Applications 11 Business Analyst 12 QA Engineer 13 Programmer/ Analyst 14 Network Engineer 15 Security Analyst 16 Web Developer/ Programmer 17 Systems Administrator 18 QA Analyst 19 QA Tester 20 Technical Support 21 Desktop Support Specialist 22 Help Desk 23 PC Technician YR/YR CHANGE 2016 107,145 106,495 3.6% 4.3% 100,732 -2.7% 99,127 8.6% 94,793 1.3% 90,836 -2.3% 88,089 n/a 86,243 84,779 84,612 3.3% -3.5% 3.4% 82,781 0.2% 79,583 -0.8% 78,089 n/a 69,921 -14.6% 56,346 -1.0% 50,508 45,693 45,236 -1.6% 4.8% 6.2% -0.3% HOURLY RATES FOR CONTRACTORS YR/YR CHANGE -5.8% -2.7% -1.2% -0.9 YEARS 0.8% % 0.7% 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 BASE RATE PER HOUR 63.61 65.70 66.70 69.16 69.05 YR/YR CHANGE -0.2% 1.7% 3.3% 1.5% 3.7% AVERAGE SALARY BY EMPLOYMENT TYPE U.S. Average 92,081 YR/YR CHANGE -1.3% Full-Time Workers 91,067 YR/YR CHANGE 0.0% Consultant Consultant (Base Rate Per Hour) 114,473 69.05 YR/YR CHANGE -2.0% YR/YR CHANGE -0.2% Dice Tech Salary Survey 7

TOP-PAYING SKILLS FOR SEVEN IN-DEMAND TECH ROLES APACHE KAFKA 122,728 YR/YR CHANGE: N/A BIG DATA ELASTICSEARCH 120,002 YR/YR CHANGE: N/A PIG 119,118 SOLR 119,032 YR/YR CHANGE: 0.1% YR/YR CHANGE: -0.3% HBASE 123,934 YR/YR CHANGE: 5.7% CASSANDRA 123,459 YR/YR CHANGE: 2.2% Source: 2017–2016 Dice Tech Salary Survey 128,958 YR/YR CHANGE: -3.3% PaaS (Platform as a Service) YR/YR CHANGE: -4.2% MAPREDUCE 125,009 Analytical Application) HADOOP 118,625 YR/YR CHANGE: -2.5% HIVE 118,589 120,403 YR/YR CHANGE: -4.4% Cloud Foundry 124,038 YR/YR CHANGE: N/A DOCKER 118,873 AMAZON ROUTE 53 118,828 YR/YR CHANGE: N/A devops AMAZON REDSHIFT 119,197 CMMI (Capability PMBok (Project 119,466 118,233 Maturity Model Integration) YR/YR CHANGE: -0.6% YR/YR CHANGE: 0.2% IaaS (Infrastructure Kanban 112,932 Management Body of Knowlodge) YR/YR CHANGE: 0.7% YR/YR CHANGE: 2.5% as a Service) 117,422 YR/YR CHANGE: N/A Jenkins 113,354 Puppet 112,883 Chef 112,523 Vagrant 111,422 YR/YR CHANGE: 1.4% YR/YR CHANGE: -3.7% YR/YR CHANGE: -3.8% YR/YR CHANGE: 0.5% YR/YR CHANGE: 3.3% PROJECT MANAGEMENT YR/YR CHANGE: N/A CLOUDERA 118,896 YR/YR CHANGE: -9.0% Korn Shell 118,273 YR/YR CHANGE: N/A SEE MORE: For additional salary info on skills, see Top-Paying Skills and Experience on pages 12-13. HANA (Hig Performance Ansible 121,382 ISO 27000 112,556 YR/YR CHANGE: -6.2% Lean 111,970 Scrum 109,876 Agile 108,459 MOBILE YR/YR CHANGE: 1.7% Objective C 116,667 YR/YR CHANGE: 1.4% YR/YR CHANGE: 2.5% YR/YR CHANGE: 0.5% SWIFT 110,877 YR/YR CHANGE: -1.1% YR/YR CHANGE: -1.3% RABBITMQ 116,909 YR/YR CHANGE N/A CLOUD DESIGN UI/UX Omnigraffle 123,782 YR/YR CHANGE: -1.9% Balsamiq 110,744 YR/YR CHANGE: 1.2% JSON (JavaScript Object Notation) FRONT END DEV 107,258 YR/YR CHANGE: 1.5% Angular 105,496 YR/YR CHANGE: 0.0% Dice Tech Salary Survey 8

THE CAN'T MISS PERK FOR RETAINING TOP TECH TALENT: EDUCATION Over the past 12 months, many employers have seen salaries for technology professionals with specialized skills (most notably in database and networking technology) creep upwards. There’s a straightforward explanation for that: the database and networking sectors are undergoing major disruption, requiring professionals with the right mix of skills and experience to wrangle large, often mission-critical systems. Among these disruptions: the general transition from on-premises to the cloud, as well as the proliferation of Internet of Things (IoT) technologies connecting millions of devices into sprawling networks. As ranked by Dice’s Salary Survey, the technology resulting in the highest pay for tech pros is HANA, the high-performance analytical database application. Coming in second is MapReduce, a model and implementation for processing Big Data sets. At third is Cloud Foundry, a Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) for TOP-PAYING SKILLS 1 2 3 4 5 HANA MapReduce Cloud Foundry HBase Omnigraffle 6 7 8 9 10 Cassandra Apache Kafka SOA Ansible Jetty application development. HBase (an open-source distributed database) and Omnigraffle (a digital illustration app) round out the top five. Cassandra (a distributed database management system), Apache Kafka (a stream-processing platform), SOA (Service Oriented Architecture), Ansible (an opensource automation engine), and Jetty (a web server) rounded out the top ten. While HANA first appeared on this list in 2015, Cloud Foundry, Apache Kafka and Ansible are making debut appearances this year. Networking and database technologies such as Compellent, Drupal, JCL, FCoE, Nimble, Hbase, Pure Storage, and T1 or T3, along with the Camtasia videoediting suite and the Open VMS operating system, all supported skills that saw the biggest salary increases over 2015. Employers also recognize the need to keep highly specialized talent onboard through regular salary bumps; some 61 percent of tech pros reported their pay increasing from a year ago, while only 9 percent said they suffered a decrease. Moreover, employers are hitting a “sweet spot” when it comes to salaries, with 54 percent of surveyed tech pros saying they were satisfied with their compensation (up 1 point from 2015). This Year’s Big Perk: Education Whatever the economic conditions of the moment, employers know that the battle for specialized talent is always a fierce one. If you run a smaller firm in a tech hub Dice Tech Salary Survey 9

RETAINING TALENT The employer willing to offer educational opportunities is one with a higher likelihood of retaining talent that wants to stay on the cutting edge of the industry. Reimbursement for taking classes Training with hired instructors Subscriptions to E-learning institutions CANDIDATE CONCERNS 15% Finding a good fit for skill-set such as New York City or San Francisco, your job isn’t just about securing the best talent; it’s also about making sure your existing employees aren’t enticed away by a sweeter offer at a larger firm. Even big companies aren’t immune from attrition; when a particular tech category explodes in popularity and funding, such as self-driving cars, rival firms will literally spare no expense in order to land the best of what is sometimes a very small pool of tech pros with the right knowledge. When it comes to those pros in particularly “hot” segments such as machine learning, artificial intelligence, and mobile experiences, effective hiring and retaining is about the right combination of salary and perks. The term “perks” can encompass many things: flexible hours, a perpetual stock of good food in the office kitchen, remote-work options, and so on. But in the Salary Survey, some 15 percent worried over finding an appropriate position for their skill-set; another 14 percent of tech pros said they were concerned about 14% Keeping skills up do date 10% Potential job elimination keeping their skills up to date; and 10 percent voiced fears of potential job elimination. In other words, the employer willing to offer educational opportunities is one with a higher likelihood of retaining talent that wants to stay on the cutting edge of the industry. “Educational opportunities” can take many forms. Some companies are willing to give employees cash to take classes; others bring the learning in-house, either by hiring instructors or purchasing courses from e-learning institutions. (For those interested in online instruction, Dice.com offers a Skills Center with related courses by Udemy.) For employers, educating employees is a win-win situation. Those professionals are not only happier, but can use their skills to advance the company’s overall strategy. During job interviews and onboarding, candidates will likely respond positively to a narrative that positions the company as a source of continual self-improvement. Dice Tech Salary Survey 10

80,000 90,000 100,000 TOP SALARIES BY INDUSTRY Bank/Financial/Insurance Utilities/Energy 103,860 103,492 YR/YR CHANGE: 1.2% YR/YR CHANGE: 2.1% Aerospace & Defense Pofessional Services Computer Software Computer Hardware Medical/ Pharmaceutical/ Biotechnology 99,992 98,506 98,455 97,569 97,077 YR/YR CHANGE: -4.7% YR/YR CHANGE: -1.2% YR/YR CHANGE: -0.7% YR/YR CHANGE: -0.9% YR/YR CHANGE: -0.6% Entertainment Media Consumer Products Telecommunications Internet Services Manufacturing 95,568 95,051 92,549 92,079 90,488 YR/YR CHANGE: -5.0% YR/YR CHANGE: 2.8% YR/YR CHANGE: -0.6% YR/YR CHANGE: 2.6% YR/YR CHANGE: 3.9% Distributor/ Wholesale Retail/ ECommerce Government Healthcare Providers Hospitality/ Travel Marketing/ Advertising 89,081 88,771 88,555 88,270 86,805 86,669 YR/YR CHANGE: -0.6% YR/YR CHANGE: -1.7% YR/YR CHANGE: -0.6% YR/YR CHANGE: 1.3% YR/YR CHANGE: 5.0% YR/YR CHANGE: -1.4% Dice Tech Salary Survey 11

TOP-PAYING TECH SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE SKILL 2016 YR/YR CHANGE SKILL YR/YR CHANGE 2016 HANA (High Performance Analytical Application) MapReduce Cloud Foundry Hbase Omnigraffle Cassandra Apache Kafka SOA (Service Oriented Architecture) Ansible Jetty PaaS (Platform as a Service) Elasticsearch ABAP (Advanced Business Application Programming) NoSQL CMMI (Capability Maturity Model Integration) Amazon Redshift 128,958 125,009 124,038 123,934 123,782 123,459 122,728 122,094 121,382 120,978 120,403 120,002 119,961 119,498 119,466 119,197 -3.3% -0.3% n/a 5.7% -1.9% 2.2% n/a -1.9% n/a 1.3% -4.4% n/a 0.5% 1.3% -0.6% n/a RDBMS (Relational Database Management System) Spark Zookeeper Compellent Vagrant JSP (JavaServer Pages) Load Balancers Solaris Mongo DB Mokito Swift TOAD (Tool for Application Development) AIX JBoss Balsamiq SOAP (Simple Object Access Protocol) 111,729 111,666 111,593 111,457 111,422 111,290 111,163 111,151 111,131 111,072 110,877 110,858 110,839 110,760 110,744 110,656 0.3% 1.7% -2.5% 11.4% 3.3% 2.8% 1.5% -1.7% 0.8% n/a -1.1% 1.8% 0.6% -1.7% 1.2% 1.5% Pig Solr Cloudera Docker Amazon Route 53 Hadoop Hive Korn Shell PMBok (Project Management Body of Knowlodge) Dynomo DB Groovy IaaS (Infrastructure as a Service) JAX-RS (Java API RestFUL Services) RabbitMQ JDBC (Java Database Connectivity) SOX (Sarbanes Oxley) Objective C FCoE (Fibre Channel over Ethernet) UML (Unified Modeling Langauage) XSLT (Extensible Stylesheet Language Transformations) Redis ETL (Extract Transform and Load) SDN (Software Defined Network) Informatica Jenkins Kanban Puppet ISO 27000 Chef Perl Splunk Lean Gradle webMethods Waterfall Weblogic 119,118 119,032 118,896 118,873 118,828 118,625 118,589 118,273 118,233 118,119 117,897 117,422 116,997 116,909 116,833 116,743 116,667 116,145 115,285 115,089 114,922 114,892 114,739 114,143 113,354 112,932 112,883 112,556 112,523 112,284 112,181 111,970 111,927 111,892 111,804 111,783 -4.2% 0.1% -9.0% 0.2% n/a -2.5% -1.3% 1.4% 0.7% n/a -0.1% n/a n/a n/a 2.0% 0.6% 2.5% 7.2% -3.6% 3.5% 2.8% 2.6% -2.3% 1.1% 0.5% 2.5% -3.7% -6.2% -3.8% 0.0% 2.4% 1.7% n/a -1.6% 1.7% 0.2% Hibernate Wan Opt Business Intelligence C EMC Documentum OpenStack Websphere Confluence Scrum SDLC (System Development Life Cycle) Sybase 3Par Fortran Change Management DOORS (Dynamic Object-Oriented Requirements System) Teradata XAML (eXtensible Application Markup Language) EMC Tomcat Nginx Rally Fibre Channel NumPy EDI (Electronic Data Interchange) Amazon S3/Amazon AWS RestFUL Agile Cloud Computing Apache Accumulo R Data Warehouse Postgres Tableau Informix Pure Storage Disaster Recovery 110,520 110,365 110,364 110,320 110,313 110,142 110,007 109,978 109,876 109,762 109,719 109,654 109,386 109,221 109,218 109,119 109,089 109,032 108,993 108,931 108,889 108,668 108,594 108,531 108,501 108,486 108,459 107,944 107,903 107,858 107,538 107,392 107,375 107,327 107,260 107,260 -3.6% 3.6% 2.4% 0.1% -3.5% -7.8% 1.0% 1.4% 1.4% -0.8% 1.4% 2.8% -6.3% -0.3% -1.8% 0.8% -0.5% -0.2% 1.1% -0.8% -1.2% -0.9% n/a -1.8% 0.0% n/a 0.5% 1.0% n/a -6.9% 1.1% -2.3% n/a -2.5% 5.3% 2.7% NOTE: Several new tech skills were added to the 2016 survey and therefore yr/yr change is not available. Continued on pg. 13 Dice Tech Salary Survey 12

TOP-PAYING TECH SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE SKILL 2016 Continued from pg. 12 YR/YR CHANGE SKILL 2016 YR/YR CHANGE JSON (JavaScript Object Notation) Glassfish Siebel Data Science ITIL (Information Technology Infrastructure Library) Alfreso JIRA ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) Oracle eBusiness Cognos FreeBSD (Free Berkeley Softoware Distribution) vCloud Amazon CloudFront Shell SaaS (Software as a Service) Python 107,258 107,193 107,055 107,041 106,852 106,784 106,713 106,650 106,473 106,394 106,241 106,151 106,102 105,818 105,651 105,612 1.5% 0.5% 4.4% -6.0% 0.4% -3.9% -1.0% -4.3% -0.4% -0.5% 2.3% 4.7% n/a -0.9% -2.6% 0.7% Apache Web Server HP Eva Linux Unified Communication PL/SQL T-SQL (Transact SQL) Salesforce.com Visual C SUN Rackspace SAP BABOK (Business Analysis Body of Knowledge) ASP IIS Snagit Virtualization 102,196 102,079 101,977 101,907 101,858 101,836 101,464 101,402 101,237 101,136 101,032 100,914 100,890 100,757 100,713 100,653 -1.7% -5.6% -0.1% 0.8% 0.2% 1.1% -2.3% -5.7% -5.3% -5.4% -3.0% -8.8% 1.4% 2.5% 2.0% 0.8% Workday Angular BASH (Bourne Again SHell) MariaDB MPLS (Multi Protocol Label Switching) Kendo UI JDE (JD Edwards) TCL (Transation Control Language) Oracle DB Azure Nimble Java/J2EE MicroStrategy DHTML Six Sigma Unix Qlik Tech PCI (Peripheral Component Interconnect) HL7 (Health Level 7) Telepresence Tivoli Hitachi Node.js Ajax JCL (Job Control Language) NetApp Visio CloudStack SAN (Storage Area Network) C XML Ruby Application Delivery DB2 ISO 9000 Metro Ethernet 105,510 105,496 105,434 105,423 105,386 105,325 105,101 105,022 104,955 104,918 104,854 104,575 104,521 104,345 104,256 104,078 104,047 103,982 103,955 103,819 103,603 103,570 103,482 103,384 103,302 103,289 103,217 103,156 103,015 102,918 102,706 102,637 102,618 102,603 102,397 102,233 2.7% 0.0% 0.4% 5.4% 2.3% n/a -4.8% -11.2% -0.7% -0.2% 6.1% -0.7% -4.4% 1.4% -0.7% -1.3% -9.5% -1.5% 0.7% -0.7% 0.8% -3.2% -3.9% 0.9% 7.2% -3.1% 0.3% -8.2% 0.9% -3.0% -0.2% -2.4% 2.2% 0.4% 0.2% 1.4% C# iSCSI (Internet Small Computer System Interface) OS 390 IDS/IPS (Intrusion Dection /Prevention Systems) CRM (Customer Relationship Management) TypeScript Knockout Alcatel Lucent Lucidchart ASP.net Camtasia SAS z/OS MVS Cucumber Data Analysis Open VMS Assembler/Assembly VMWare ESXi (Elastic Sky X Integrated) Django MS SQL Xen SASS (Systematically Awesome Style Sheets) VSAM (Virtual Storage Access Method) Box Backbone WebGL jQuery Infosphere Data Stage SQL Matlab Heroku SQLite Digital Ocean .NET Selenium 100,439 100,406 100,395 100,330 100,321 100,174 100,132 99,942 99,930 99,925 99,768 99,655 99,587 99,568 99,477 99,298 99,218 99,132 98,842 98,746 98,741 98,739 98,636 98,568 98,565 98,508 98,492 98,441 98,430 98,374 98,370 98,176 97,828 97,812 97,703 97,542 -0.3% 1.1% -1.3% -0.3% -1.3% n/a -6.3% 1.2% -0.9% -0.7% 3.9% -2.6% -1.0% -2.9% n/a -18.9% 3.8% -1.4% 0.2% -3.0% -0.2% -0.7% n/a 1.0% -0.7% -7.2% n/a n/a -7.9% -0.4% -10.0% -4.2% -2.1% -1.3% -0.9% n/a NOTE: Several new tech skills were added to the 2016 survey and therefore yr/yr change is not available. Dice Tech Salary Survey 13

Dice Salary Survey Methodology The 2016 Dice Salary Survey was administered online by Dice.com, with 12,907 employed technology professionals responding between October 26, 2016 and January 24, 2017. Respondents were invited to participate in the survey in one of two ways: 1) via an email invitation to Dice.com’s registered (“searchable”) database members; 2) through a notification on the Dice.com home page and/or via “pop-up” invitations. The latter method was used only to improve response rates for a small number of respondent types. A cookie methodology was used to ensure that there was no duplication of responses between or within the various sample groups, and duplicate responses from a single email address were removed. The Dice Salary Survey was adjusted for inflation in 2013 for technology professionals earning salaries of 350,000 and above were not automatically eliminated from the survey if they met other criteria. Due to a high number of outliers in the data, the 2015 salary number was revised to better reflect a change in outlier methodology and an adjusted number has been reported this year. About Dice Technology powers companies. Professionals power technology. Dice quickly delivers the opportunities, insights and connections technology professionals and employers need to move forward. Learn how to effectively move forward at www.dice.com. Dice is a DHI Group, Inc. service. 1.877.386.3323 Dice Tech Salary Survey EMPLOYER 14

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