What is the name of a job that all I do is program all day? And what are all the salaries for it/them? By the way I'm 14 so I'm just trying to look ahead and any tips would be greatly appreciated!
Alright so my dream job would to be a game programmer. Although I'd go for any kind of programming. My question is what language should I learn first. I am in high school so I have already taken some HTML but that's definitely not enough! :) Is there any recommended language I should learn like Java, Microsoft C++, etc. If so, is there any good tutorial books on that language and I don't mean like basic how to do stuff but some in depth programming in a sense where it'll teach me from start to finish. Basically the whole thing. If so, please state title and author. Thanks! :D
Just as the title says, I want to know the name of that career or job, because that is what I want to do in the future. I am thirteen years old and I love designing stuff and drawing houses and whatever I can come up with. I also love to photoshop things and edit video etc. What high school courses should I take and what subjects should I study or focus more on?
Also, is this particular job severely difficult to find and perform? Does it pay well if you work with a big company like Microsoft or Apple?
I was just looking at the courses offered at my local university and the site doesn't distinguish the differences clearly. there are other answers on the site but they are way out dated, could anyone modernize these answers
Im in high school now and I'm certain I want to design websites when I'm out of college but i don't know of a college major that specifies in that group of work. I was wondering if there is a major for wed site designing and creating and if there is not whats a good alternate that can lead me to that career after college. Thank you
Where can I access information regarding the planning, design and construction process and procedures a company undertakes in a typical construction project.
So I'm 15 but I'm thinking ahead and was wondering if I could get some help.
Can you go straight from highschool to a college where you get a bachelors degree or do you hv to have something else like an associates?
Also I want to take pre college classes at a community college to help when I go to college.
If I'm aiming at a bachelors degree in computer science what are some pre college classes I could take?
Also anybody know of really good colleges in Texas that specialize in computer science?
I just need to know which of CIS programs have the best salary rate, please.
Besides custodian and tour guide and security
and how much do they pay on average?
somting that involves history
So im a thirteen year old boy with a big dream. Ive drawn up some sketches of some sorta new animals. Kinda like pokemon. So when I get older I want to use these drawings to make...... Pet robots. They would be like real pets. You could train them pet them talk to them and basicly let them be your friend. There also not gona be like those stupid furbys or idogs. They will run and act smoothly. So I want to know what kind of deggre do I need to do this. What do I need to get into. Mechanics or what. Please help me. Right know im in grade eight. Im at the top of all my classes so im confident. This has been a life long dream so please do everything in detail
I'm 17 years old, and a junior in high school. I have a passion for technology, and I would like to pursue a career that would best fit my skill set. I am a software kind of a guy. I admire good hardware design, don't get me wrong, but software is something that I could see myself working on. Unfortunately, I don't know how to code. I know coding is a big part of software engineering, and I am open to learning. I know I would definitely be good at designing the way software looks, not necessarily the way it works. I love mobile operating systems, so maybe I could get into that type of field. What should I do? Should I bite the bullet and learn to code? Also, what college(s) should I be looking into? Any help/ insight would be greatly appreciated!
My dream is to work for Apple, Google, or Facebook.
I am a sophmore in HS, i've loved and breathed computers all my life and this is what i want for my future i want to build computers for people i want to do great things, I know quite a bit for my age already or well i think i do i've been around them all my life with my uncle and i've even built a few myself.
So this is what i want. working on computer makes me happy so i want a future with them, even a computer tech would be fine i could work my way up. Im 16 and have been working with electronics since i was 7 even my dad is impressed with the stuff i can do. so the point im getting to is what do i need to do to make this happen? This is my dream and i need help on where to start. First im going to finish high school, then what? Go to college? I want someone with experience to help point me in the direction of becoming what i want,
Sounds silly 16 and already having a dream of becoming something, need yalls help
Give me advice as well? Anything to help make this happen for me!
I'm only 14, but I would say I'm pretty good with computers, i'm not being big headed or bragging.
I'd like to know what kind of jobs would be available out there to do with IT and computers and other related stuff.
I'd love a job with computers, I was thinking of starting a small computer repair business? Tell me what you think I should do:) Be serious? Thanks:)
Thanks everyone for your help!:)
I need advice like what classes should i take in high school thanks
Im 14 and starting to think avout what I want to do when im older any ideas?
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I am in eighth grade and I have really begun to think about my future. At one point I wanted to be a doctor, possibly an anestigiologist (not sure how to spell that) because I am interested in the body, but I don't want terribly excruciating hours. I am also very gifted in technology and might want to become a programmer. I love video games and was thinking I also might want to be an indie game designer. I am hesitant to all of these because I'm not sure if I will be able to handle the difficult schooling that comes with being a doctor. I also don't necessarily think ill love being a doctor, but I know they get paid a lot. I am scared of trying to be a developer or game designer because I might not be successful enough and I don't want to spend money to go back to school again. I also am not sure if my parents would approve of my choice of being a game designer. I have some great ideas for games, but I don't know how technology will evolve in coming years. I am pretty smart, getting mostly a's, but I think the pressure of med school. I think I would enjoy being a programmer much more, but I don't think I'll get paid much. Any suggestions and what classes should I take in high school for either one of my career paths?
I'm 16 and I want to do this as a career. Any suggestions on what I should be learning/ studying RIGHT NOW? I don't see this as a job or work. I love to program.
Okay so heres my situation, im 13 years old turning 14 in a couple months. I just want to get a job as a programmer, eventually move out when im financially stable to handle my own needs, and go to Manhatten New York. Recentlu ive been looking at some jobs for programmers in New York to get an idea of how much money they make and its around 100k a year for a decent amount of experience. Honestly I love the city life, fast paced life. I really dont want to go to clubs, party, and get drunk almost every night like most kids think all that is, no, I want to be a productive member of society, not waste my life at a club when I can be out working to help the economy etc. So yeah what do you guys think?
I'm leaving school in 2 years and moving on to university, i'm really good at computers so i want to know what is the best IT job i could have. I can code extremely well too. What subjects would you advise me to take in my time in highschool/secondary school?
I was actually going to become a pharmacist but from my research it seems as if pharmacists arem't as needed as before and are being replaced by machines XD