I am pursuing Masters of computer application. I want a software developer job. I had given many exams but I am not able to crack even 1st round of aptitude test. I have practiced many questions of aptitude. What should I do and how should I study to crack the 1st round of Aptitude test ?
Thanks alot in advance.
What i meant is i already have a job but its not what you can say as fulfilling, thats why im planning(and hoping) to study web design and application developer on my own.but do you guys think im already late to change my work at my age?
I have recently completed my engineering from Bangalore. I am looking for jobs in IT esp development. But since it is very difficult for freshers to get job and all most, all the big companies do not directly hire developers as freshers. So I recently got an offer from pretty big software company to work in application support. They say that its not BPO or CALL CENTER job but it is purely an IT job. Now I just want to know if I take up this offer and start working, will it be possible for me to switch to application developer after few years or would I be stuck in this application support forever? And since there are not much offers in market for fresher so I dont want to leave this job also as I have already seen people from my batch working in call center after b tech. And does this field so called Application Support has good scope in future just like the software developers have?
PS As my career is going to start and I am in dilemma so I am expecting answers from people who have high experience in IT fields.
I am an application developer with a strong interest in biotechnology, genomics to be more specific. It seems like I never seen any jobs advertised for IT positions in these fields. It is hard, or basically impossible, for someone with a degree in programming (CIS) - but no biology degree - to get a position with such a firm?
I want to know the difference between the roles of an associate consultant and an application developer, their responsibilities etc. for an international IT company such as Oracle. Which one of these would you consider better?
I need to find application developers with Glovia experience.
I tried to join the Glovia user group but the group owner has not responded to my request. I need 2 developers in the Fall River,
Massachusetts area. I can send a complete job description to anyone that is interested.
I'm in IT and would most probably get a job as an application developer or a database person. Would my employer provide me some training related to developing software or/and database when I start as I'm not a very good programmer?
Is Computer Programming / Business Application Developer a good career?
Is a career in computer programming, software development, a good career now and in the future? Any input will be appreciated. How much can I expect to make? Will there always be a job for programmers? I've heard of offshoring but I think programmers will always be needed. Please advise. Thanks.
I am a C# Windows Application Developer and student. I need some money. How i can e********y online without any payment at start?(Work type is no matter)
How much should I ask for in a salary for a junior software position.
BA computer science completion dec 2013
training in sofware development in C#, .NET, SQL
Current position: I administer and implement network/voip solutions. This is not in my job description but I volunteered my services and created several .Net/c# applications for my current employer which are being used and has boosted productivity. I have been here currently for 1 year and would like to look for a junior software developer position with a team of like minded individuals after I finish my degree. I'm currently making $40k and don't want to short change myself when I start looking for work. Would $60k be reasonable or am I reaching for the stars? How much do you think I should ask for in a salary range.
Im in NJ/NY area
From the information given how much do you think I'm worth?
I got an offer as a application developer from Transocean Ltd. I have been looking for information about IT jobs in Transocean, trying to understand how Transocean's vision is to transform business process to IT opportunities, but I could not find anything.
Please share your information with me if you have some experience with Transocean IT.
Thank you very much
I am an application developer and started working for a big company a month ago. But I noticed that my salary is significantly lower than the average. I graduated from a US Top ranked school with honors and I think the company took advantage of the fact that I didn't negotiated the pay. When I look for a new job, should my resume include my current job that I have only worked in just for a month?
I am a CPA by profession but want to shift into the mobile applications development industry (Android or iOS) and hopefully work for a startup. What us the best way to go about doing so ? Can I self teach myself and apply for jobs?Or do I need another degree?
What type of jobs can I get with a masters in comp science and what's the avg salary of that job. Also what will the courses cover over all the years of studying?
I heard that clear developer is more harsh to the hairbut also helps to get the hair to a lighter blonde or brighter red. Creme developer is just average. What's the difference and does Clear developer harm the hair more?
I'm planning on studying physics in college, and when I read anything about jobs for physicists it says that they go into government research or private industry. I understand what government research would be, but what would a physicist do in the private sector?
Im 15, and I love computers. I am currently trying to master HTML then I will go onto java PHP and C++.
I want s job where I work with a computer to do anything like graphics design, games development(I use Game maker too) and other good things. You see jobs like the ones in Valve where it has a friendly environment and makes people actually want to turn up to work. That is the kind of job I want, I dont care about salary, i just want a job that I will love as much as I love working with computers.
Please help, I want to prove my dad wrong, he says no one will hire me because I'm black and I should just be a doctor. I also want to do business btw.
What type of degree would one need to become a web developer? I'm finding conflicting information, some sites suggest a degree in computer programming, computer science or graphic design.
Which degree would offer the best training for such a career, one that requires both the knowledge of programing and design?
Thank you so much for your time, I really appreciate it.
P.S. I am looking towards a bachelors degree, I want to get in at least 4 years of college.
If yes, how can you make money? can you advertise on your own application? can you link to your own website? can you sell your application?
What are the names of the basic jobs and categories, and what does each one do? REMEMBER, in software programming!