I am a student doing engineering. Where in India can i get a worthy certification which may help me find a job more easily.
I am a Principal QA engineer working on Java and J2EE technologies. Will it be a good move to become a Principal Solution Architect? What is the growth path of a Solution Architect?
What kind of jobs will I be able to get out of college with a b.s. in computer science. Does it pay well? Is the job outlook good? Is the field declining in jobs?
I guess I'm kinda saying what programming language is needed more nowadays or what primary programming language do employers want or need.
I am 28 and would like to learn programming as a carriar. Do you think I can make it? What are the best steps/guidelines that I should follow?
Give me the procedure to write examination. is there any coaching centeres in bangalore to help me? What is the cost? is the course worth?
How much would I get paid with a bachelors in computer science?
I did JAVA(OCPJP 6),And Web developing. I don't like to do mobile app development. because everyone doing it now. I need different Job like cyber security Web Field.. what should i learn.. Java,php.Network ???
Currently have an associates' degree in IT. Interested in learning programming(like making apps, programs and stuff) I've done a bit of research and have only found two points of view, some people say it's a good career choice because there is good money. On the other side they say it's a bad, dead-end career with no opportunities.... What makes a good programmer? Like what are some of the requirements? I think it's interesting but is it a different world once you learn it? Is it really that hard?
Other question; like what companies would hire a programmer? Does the work vary for each company or is there like an orientation website for people interested in programming?
(PS: other career suggestions in IT are welcome)
Can someone give me like a list of jobs that a person can get with a computer science major?
Which computer certification can give good jobs in india and abroad. I did MCA 8 years back , but coudnt do job at that time coz of some reasons. i know all subjects of MCA and studied them well . I there any chance for me getting good job in computers now . any suggestions wud be great help for me . Thanks in advance
I have never really looked into computer science as something I would ever pursue, but I've come to slowly realize that I like math and I'm good at it. I also like to solve problems and work with computers.
I am only on my first course at the university, and I am starting to realize that it's much more difficult that I thought, yet other people breathe in this information. I would like to become good too, and if not the best, I'd just like to be able to have a handle on how to navigate myself through such courses.
Does anyone have any pointers or suggestions on how to make me a better Computer Science student and what kind of tricks can I teach myself to be able to understand any programming language. What are some of the basics I may not know about but that may come in handy in the future.
I am a driven and dedicated worker, but I get discouraged when we're given a piece of code to write and I don't even know where to start, even though I know that it's not that difficult. And maybe even some pointers for when things do get really difficult.
Also, I took an internship where I had to perform testing on software, and I really enjoyed that. Some parts were complex, but overall it wasn't that hard for me, so I know I can do this, but I'd just like to know some tips and tricks on how to make the complex things seem a little less complex. Any suggestions?
If anyone can share advice, that would be fantastic and greatly appreciated.
My specialization is in J2EE/Java. If anyone has taken up interviews with Akamai, please let me know what they concentrate on. They are looking for the role of a solutions architect, to work mainly on the akamai platform.
I wanna be an architect and design sky scrapers. It's a big passion I have. I have many ideas and can't wait to see them built. Would I make good money? like enough to own a Porsche and design my own house?
I'm into computers. and I did some reasearch based on c++ for the first time. I tried to cram alot of info in my head, even though im not in college yet to get ahead of the game. But i was so confused. Would being a software engineer be an easier career for me? or should i just practice more with what im doing using c++, java, etc..
I wanna start a career in IT(Computer science field) and need to find something that pays really good
What is the job field?