I want to become a computer software engineer, and I'm wondering what kind of jobs they can get?
What's the difference from a Computer hardware engineer and a computer software engineer?
or are they both the same careers? if not...then what's the diffference? and which would be the easier job and have better pay?
I am thirteen years old and I know for sure I want to make computer programs and/or computer/laptops themselves, I also wouldn't mind a software job in the videogame industry. I have been searching careers for an 8th grade English project. I am very confused on what the difference between a Software Engineer and a Software Developer. Are they the same thing? I would like to know so I know what career I am looking for in the future. I am very skilled in computers and have already taken a high-school credit computer class (Computer Applications) and I am only in 8th Grade. (Also I would love it if one of these two careers involves making power points. I love powerpoints.)
I am a junior in high school and need to start looking at colleges. I would like to go into a career in software engineering and more specifically the development of software/applications, and I am a very talented programmer. I've been looking at many colleges, most only offer computer science and not software engineering. would I want to find schools with a specific degree in software engineering to help better my self, or for my interests is computer science the better option?
I was planning on going to UNH to double-major in computer-software engineering and business management.
I was thinking of making money by getting into computer software engineering. Then, possibly opening up some sort of business.
I was also considering doing a double-major because I figured that it would probably double my job opportunities.
Is there any reason why this is a bad idea? What are some other good uses of having these two degrees?
I'd like to know the difference between a computer software engineer and a programmer. Also, which is a better career *in the field of software engineering* for businesses and companies - application software or systems software?
If they are the same thing..should I pick software engineer? I'm doing my college application and I'm wondering which to choose.
I want the career of whichever creates/programs .
The way I see it, one programs apps and software, and the other just makes them better and whatnot.
I am wanting to develop a software engineering skill set, possibly to use in future work as a software engineer. I have some questions about getting into this field.
1.) Where would I go for mentoring in this field? Is there somewhere in the open source community that can let me acquire the experience I need to possibly get a job in software engineering in the future?
2.) Is a consulting career (doing this for clients for hire) viable in the future, once experience is gained?
3.) Since I come from an engineering (including electrical and computer) background, would embedded software engineering be a good fit for myself, or should I just stick to non-embedded programming?
4.) What languages would be a good fit for a.) embedded b.) application and c.) web?
5.) I've heard of a formal software development process/lifecycle? Is this what software engineering covers, and is there an Internet tutorial on this?
6.) Any other tips?
Is software engineering a subset of computer engineering? I have also heard of other jobs like software architect, software developer, programmer, and computer scientist. What are those all about? Which one of these titles would video game developer fall under? I would want the ability to both design and create a concept, so which job would be best for me?
I am majoring in computer engineering ,I am currently taking a data structures course but I am having real problems writing these implementations.I am really good at programming but terrible at data structures.I only know how to use STL data structures.So are there any applications of data structures in industry and do I have to be good at this course to get a programming job or any other related job?
Computer science designates the scientific and mathematical approach in information technology and its applications, notably computer software. A computer scientist is a scientist who specialises in the theory of computation. So, is a computer scientist knowledgeable about computer hardware? Does he know how hardware works? Can he make his own computer?
What are the similarities and differences between the two majors? How would you recommend I go about making the decision between the two?
Extra question (optional): RIT or UMass Amherst for computer science/software engineering?
I'm also thinking about going back to school to get a Masters in Computer Science, but I want to work before I make my decision. I will be grateful if someone could advise me what kind of certifications I should get to get hired by the potential employers (at least a part-time job).
When it comes to sotware engineering,system engineering,cloud computer,software dveopment or system analyst. Is there other way to fit into thise fields without CS and CE degrees?
I need to apply to universities and I'm wondering what's the difference between applying for software engineering and applying for computer science. I like to code and solve problems. Do you code a lot for both of them?
I am from India, am working as a faculty of Department of Master in Computer Application of Private Engineering College, India.
I do not have industrial experience though I have more 5 years experiences in teaching on the area of Computer Science. I do not know Spanish.
I have completed my MTech in Information Technology in 2012 from India.
Now I am in Guadalajara with my husband's dependent visa for his long term project .
I am interested for Information Technology job or Software Developer or Software Engineering job where,what ever I learn , I like to share with others to learn more .
I will be highly obliged if you help me to get more information about the vacancy of job.
I'm a computer engineer in France and would like to work in Autralia. Is it easy or difficult to find a job there? Is it easy or difficult to obtain a visa for work? What are the rules to be able to work in Australia? Must I go there with all the money I could save? What's the best city in Australia to find a job and to live? Should I wait for the end of the crisis?
After I graduate, I want to get a job designing and writing software, primarily software that users have direct interaction with. For example, touch screen ATMs, or professional smartphone applications. I do not want a job that involves setting up computer networks, or anything like that. Software engineering seems promising, but the descriptions of it on college websites are not so clear.
All of the information I have found concerning this field has been vague and completely unhelpful. My main goal is to find out which type of schooling is most beneficial to becoming a software engineer.
I can select an application software (based on any engineering field). describe its functions and benefits for your future use.
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I want to major in software engineering. I am still in Year 9 and have been learning programming for 2 yearsand im very interested in it. I know Delphi, Perl and PHP. What would u suggest for me to learn now?
What subjects would i need to choose next year and which ones do i have to be good at, apart from maths?
How difficult is it to get into MIT?