I am a software engineer working in an IT firm. Please suggest courses or exams.
Since HTMl is a relitively easy language i wanna learn it, but im also wondering if learning it will make game programming easier and how since that is my career path.
Ya i have some questions: How much do they get paid? What exactly do they do? Do they like make computer software like Microsoft word etc.? Do they have to know how to do different coding? can someone just gimme alot of info
I am a software engineer with Asperger's and depression that tend to interfere with people skills. I do very well with what I have but there are still limits that some people still detect as "wierd vibes". If I am competing with normal people I am almost never given an offer. I have occasionally tried mentioning the truth and citing ADA to protect myself but that doesn't help only makes it worse. With offshoring there seems to be no room left for compensators like myself who were previously tolerated during the Sputnik era but in this deindustrialized age all the niches have been taken away. I have been unemployed for 2 years and feel like a complete waste of training.
I am considering becoming an Interior Designer and was interested in hearing from people who are already working in this profession. I am a creative person and enjoy studying architecture and design/colors/textiles/etc so I think that it would be a perfect fit for me. My only dilemma is that I'm not sure what the job satisfaction is in this field or how the pay is, and I want to know what I'd be getting myself into.
But recently i became 100?eaf in my right ear.And partially deaf in my left ear.Will i be successful in getting a job in Google or for that matter any other company.Do they take in candidates with disabilities.
I am in a very depressed state.Because i am very enthusiastic software engineer and love to continue in the IT profession.
Can anybody give me advice.......Should i leave the dream of continuing in the IT profession........and should i settle for something less.........:(
I'm 24 years old with a Master's degree in Applied Mathematics. In my undergraduate curriculum, I had to take 14 hours of physics to complete my curriculum, so I took Physics I (classical mechanics), Physics II (electricity and magnetism), Modern Physics, and Computational Physics. I know a lot of programming languages, like C++, Java, Cobol, ADA, Fortran, Python, and Visual.
I went to a friend's house the other day and we were bored as hell, so we watched Carl Sagan's cosmos. I've never seen it before in my life, and I fell in love. I want to go back to school and get a degree in astronomy or aerospace engineering, and do something in space.
I could easily transition into it because of my already really strong background in mathematics and computing ability, with a little bit of physics knowledge. My background in astronomy however, is very weak.
With the whole economic situation, the sequester, and the NASA defunding, are things looking grim for my newly found passion?
*TLDR: Is it worth being an Army Reserve Officer Pogue if you have great career opportunities in the civilian world vs. just going civilian?
*Please examine my situation.
I am a 19 year old sophomore, majoring in Computer Science/Engineering. My 1st semester I took AROTC (non-scholarship) at my university, but didn't continue since. As I've been progressing in my major, I've worked on several interesting projects, got good grades, got a solid well-paying internship/co-op as a software engineer at a large financial firm, and even received other internship offers from research & tech companies (I don't mean to brag). My university is also Top 14 in Comp Sci/Engineering so its well connected to the industry (UMCP).
The thing is, I've always wanted to serve and do something out of the ordinary/exciting like military, but I also want to be smart about my career options. Most cadets at my school go Active Duty, and many tell me that Reserve is boring and pointless in that there's not much is to gain from it.
Is it worth being an Officer in the Army Reserves/Nat.Guard? My aunt who was in both AD/Reserve left the army as a MAJ, and told me that some employers don't want to hire reservists because the chance they have in deploying or even drill. I'm not afraid of deploying, just afraid I will lose good job opportunities just because of being in the Reserve. I also heard ARNG has slow officer promotion, is nepotistic, lacks sufficient training/funding. Is this true?
If anyone knows, how is life like as Reserve Officer? Does the experience really add to your civilian life? Is 6+ years of drilling really worth it compared to just doing 3 years active, or not going army at all?
Which Branches would I get the most out of as a CS/CPE major? The Reserve only has MI, Signals, Engineering, MP, the other available reserve branches don't interest me much. What are the chances of getting your preferred branches in the Reserve?
Is it too late to continue AROTC? I'd basically still be a 2nd semester sophomore after this one. Would working for 1-2 years after getting my degree and then going to OCS be a better idea or do ROTC grads have a better chance of getting their chosen branches? Is there even an OCS specially for Army Reserve? Do reservist officers get branch detailed after ROTC?
The MI Command and Fort Meade are close by, could I choose which reserve units I want, if I commission?
If I went AD, how are the job prospects after doing 3 years compared to civilian working 3 years? I don't think I'm bada*s enough to go Infantry, but say I did FA, Signals, MP, ADA or Engineering Officer. How would/could these skills translate back to the tech industry and my engineering career? I don't want to miss out too much in my main career.
I am so depressed recently about my US office turned down my
Engineeriing job offer due to the visa issue. The US office legal
department justified my case as not suffiicent to petition for the L1B visa (which is for company internal transfer for Specialized Knowledge person). Unfortunately, the FY2007 H1B visa quota was reached at May 2006.
I just wonder if it is feasible to apply for J1 visa for 1 year and
then transfer to H1B visa on FY2008.
I work as a Software Engineer in a US subsidary company in HK for 2 years. The US company is an International company.
I hold a Master Degree in Computer Science related subjects in Hong Kong.
The offer from US office is Software Engineer.
Urgently need any help!
What else did Ada Lovelace do besides a computer programmer please help and serious answers
I wish to design bigger softwares in future, but I am completely blank from where to start I read about few languages on some sites but have few queries.
1. I read about C, C++, C#, VB, .NET, PHP, PERL, JAVA and JAVA Script etc. Which one should I start to learn from? as I don't want to waste money and time learning in wrong way..
2. Are these languages are just versions eg C - C++ - C# ; VB - VB.NET ; JAVA - JAVA Script ?
3. Which one do you use to program? [If you are a programmer]
4. Any other suggestions from your side...
thanks for your answers..
This is the job in the Marine Corps.
It's a warrant officer position.
What's the quickest path to gain that job title? I need the following jobs first to even qualify for it: 0651, 0656, 0659, 0689, 4067.
Now here's my problem, i'm not a US citizen, only a perm resident(GG holder). If i sign an 8 years contract 4/4 would it be possible to go Infantry for the first few years, in the process of serving as an infantry become naturalized by the military, switch to one of the MOS above after a few years of serving as an infantry(0651, 0656, 0659, 0689, 4067), probably extending my contract in the process, and after a few more years apply for warrant officer for MOS 0650? I already have an Associates in Computer Science.
Is this a viable plan?
Also if you haven't noticed 0651, 0656, 0659, 0689, 4067 all require citizenship so that's why i mentioned that i'm not a citizen yet.
One more thing, applying for warrant officer requires a BA or an AA, i have read mixed answers on this, some saying you need 70 credits, others saying an AA, others saying a minimum of a BA.