Who is the design engineer & who is system engineer in the filed of electronics & automation ?
What tasks he perform ?
thanks in advance
What is the difference between the computer science course and the computer engineering course? How does a computer scientist differ from a computer engineer? Which one has more advantage? Which one is better?
Other then besides teacher? Any one here who actually works in such jobs that I can asks questions about?
Are suchs jobs availiable during bad economic times?
Links or proof please if no problem?
Reason I ask is so I can actually contact places that hire and be able to talk to some people who actual do this and hope for job shadowing.
I did Mtech in Geotechnical engineering stream & Btech from civil engineering. Presently am working as senior design engineer in L&T Chennai. I got the interview call from EIL based on experience. kindly suggest me how to prepare for interview & what type questions I can expect from them & how to prepare for the interview
Can someone tell me te difference between computer science and a computer engineering major. Is it the same?
I would consider doing this for a career because I have always been good with computers, but I'm awful at any math higher than basic algebra. Could someone who has this job tell me about it?
I need to come up with around 10 questions to ask an engineer but i can only come up with 2 can anyone help me with this?
The questions that im talking about are questions on electronics such as why did my computer broke something like that ?
I'm 21 and I am going to community college for my general ed. I also work and am expecting a child in Nov. I really want to provide for my family and i am going to need to decide soon on what i'm going to do. I understand that good jobs are few and far in between nowadays and any suggestions on a good computer related field to jump into would be great. I don't want to make the mistake of ending up with a useless degree or wasting my time.
I'm a junior in high school and I think it would be cool to be one. Is it a really competitive job? Is it fun? Anymore information would also be appreciated. :)
What types of skills must a person naturally possess?
What do you have to like in order to be an engineer (of any field)?
I am a junior in highschool, right after highschool i plan to go to Tokyo,Japan and all around Japan then I want to start going to school again to learn game design/progaming. Oh and also I want to build and program computers. So please can some one give me some good schools to look at I live in Oakland,California.
Hello anyone working as an instrumentation and control engineer!!
I am a first year student majored in instrumentation and control engineering! I really want to know how is instrumentation and control engineer's role in the real life!!
Your answer means so much to me. Thank you.
I will have an interview for CAE company ,i would like to know what kind of questions do they ask ?
with examples please
i am a control system engineer ,and the job about airplanes simulation?
I am currently a 1st year irregular college student taking I.T. I transferred schools and my majors never got credited. But it's okay because i am slowly getting the logics in programming in Java. This next semester i am taking a System Analysis and Design(SADSIGN) and i am getting nervous because even though i am pretty good at logics, i am not that good at coding. But since it is a case study, we will be on group, we will be four i think. Project manager, Analyst, Documentation, and the programmer. I am asking what jobs i can get after graduating I.T. because what if i graduated I.T. and still not that good at coding, i am hoping that there will be a jobs that will require less programming. Like Database manager or in Multimedia or in charge of Network. So is there jobs that doesn't require hardcore programming skills?
What jobs will combine computing (did help desk in past) and electronics? BTW, I have no desire to goto college for more years of math, science, or engineering.
Hi everyone, ever since I was a teenager everyone has been telling me to take up a degree that's got to do with Computers, such as IT, CE and CE. I took 2 years of Business Economics instead but it didn't really work because I had to stop and move to a different country. Now that I'm going back home, I figure that there's nothing better than finishing my studies...
I don't really know the difference, some say it's practically the same. Technology excites me. If I don't get one coding right, I pretty much spend most of my time fixing it. I just want a real knowledge about the two. A lot of math, I know. Can anyone specify what kind of math I'm going to be tackling with it most?
Computer science or Computer engineering?
Help me out please.
"such as IT, CS* and CE"
I was also wondering what both of them actually do for work in a job and what classes you would need to take in college to become either of them? Thanks so much for any help!
All the jobs where they need people are in Information Technology and Computer Science, so I'm going back to school. I consider myself to be fairly computer literate, but there seems to be a bewildering array of courses and programs offered by various schools, and even more confusing lists of requirements for applicants of open IT positions. What degrees, classes, certifications, skills, programming languages, or what-have-you are the best worth taking?
I wish to know the difference between computer science and computer engineering. Basically I want to become a game developer , so what course is optimal for it?
Also , What are the opportunities in job if I take computer science and computer engineering/?
I am currently a junior in High School. I am interested in information technology but the field is too vast for me to pick from. I heard that software engineering is a good field to get into. What are some steps to becoming a software engineer ?