The Top 10 stocks for the computer coding industry

The computer coding and graphic design industries are in a robust recovery, with the sector accounting for nearly $1 trillion in revenue in 2015, according to a recent report by investment bank Fidelity.

The sector is expected to reach $1.8 trillion by 2020, according the report.

The number of computer coding jobs grew by more than 4,000 in the past year alone.

Fidelity surveyed more than 1,500 employees in the industry, asking them to identify the top 10 computer coding companies, according an article published by The Wall Street Journal.

The top-ranked company, which has been listed for several years, is called Drip, which recently added to its portfolio of companies, including IBM, Hewlett-Packard, Cisco Systems, Microsoft and Intel.

Fidelity’s analysis of data from the Federal Reserve’s Survey of Consumer Finances found that the computer programming sector had a $17.3 trillion market cap in 2015.

In addition to the growth of the computer codes and graphic designs, the sector is also benefiting from increased use of cloud computing, which enables organizations to host their software and software-defined networking (SDN) services on servers in other countries.

The company’s portfolio also includes Cisco Systems and Intel, which also saw strong growth.

Fittingly, the company’s founder, Steve Dropp, is a former employee of IBM, and his company is now based in San Jose, California.

Dropp has also co-founded the company with his son, Steve, who currently works at Cisco Systems.

Drip, a company that has a team of 10 to 15 people, has more than 2,000 employees and operates in more than 200 countries.

Firms like IBM and HP are now the majority of its revenue.

According to Fidelity, the data also revealed that the computing industry was a strong contributor to the nation’s economy.

The financial services industry accounted for nearly 7.5 percent of the economy, which was the second largest contributor, behind manufacturing.

FBS analysts estimated that the economic impact of the sector in 2015 was about $2.3 billion.IBM reported $17 billion in revenue from its computer code and graphic designers in 2015 and another $5 billion in operating revenue.

The chipmaker has been expanding its software offerings and has been focusing on cloud computing.

The technology company has also been growing its employee base, with an estimated 2,800 jobs in 2016, a record for the industry.

The semiconductor industry is also booming.

According a study by consulting firm Forrester, the semiconductor manufacturing industry grew by nearly 14 percent in 2015 to reach nearly $4.2 trillion.

The industry is expected the next year to grow to $5.1 trillion.

Intel, the second-largest chipmaker in the U.S., is also expanding its workforce, hiring nearly 3,000 engineers last year.

In the future, the chipmaker plans to expand its product lines, including chips for mobile phones and tablets, according forrester.

In addition to software, there are several other sectors that contribute to the economic recovery.

There is a lot of money in the stock market.

That has made it possible for people to buy stocks in the last 12 months.

This has also helped the economy recover from the Great Recession, said Stephen St. Cyr, an economist at the University of California, Berkeley.

The stock market is a very good place to buy and sell stocks, St. Cyr said.

The number of people working in the computer industry is growing and that is encouraging the industry to get back on track, St., Cyr said.

It also allows for a healthy return to some investors, including tech stocks.

FTSE 100 stocks rose by 3.5% in 2016 to a record high, while the S&P 500 index gained nearly 2% to close at 1,965.