I have a basic knowledge of writing simple Java programs but don't feel it is adequete enough to apply for Java Developer jobs. How much detail do i need to learn to comfortable go into a Java Software Developer job ?
I am currently majoring in computer science. I have learned the basics of java and C++, however I certainly do not feel confident saying I "know" those languages.
My question is, what should I learn to land an entry-level job as a software developer? I feel like most job requirement list 4-5 languages, but what specifically in these languages should I know how to do? What languages and concepts should I know thoroughly? And, if you can recommend some books to learn from, that would be helpful as well.
I work as a software developer in Austin, TX. I just graduated last December from Univ. of Texas and started at my current job at the beginning of this year, making 55k/yr, which is about average. I am going to be up for a raise in a couple months and I'm wondering what sort of raise I should expect? I know Java EE, CSS, AJAX, SQL, Struts, etc.
I have decided in wanting to pursue the career of becoming a software developer because it seems like an interesting making programs before they are out. I'm a freshman going to become a sophomore and I need to know if this is the career I need to pursue. What classes in high school will prepare me for this job? What college classes will I need to take? (Any additional information will be helpful and how much is your beginning pay once you've got a good job firm.)
Am a software developer in java and am planning to move to Regina SK. How good is the IT market presently in Regina SK?
I am trying to get my first job as a software developer. I have about 5 years of experience in programming "I,ve been doing it on and off since highschool". However I am currently in college studying computer science. I want to get a part time job or internship as a developer to start gaining experience before I graduate. I know python, java, and C# programming languages. I want to make a sample program to show my skills to people when I apply. Does anyone have any ideas of what type of program would be good to have on a resume? what should the program do, and what type of features would it be good to have? any advice would be appreciated.
Which job would involve coding the back-ends of websites using PHP/MySQL?
I don't want to come up with ideas, I just want to code what other people tell me to. I'm not a creative person.
I have an interview coming up next week for a software developer position, the company said they found my resume on careerbuilder, I have my degree in chemistry and haven't had a lot of computer programing experience i've only had 1 semester of fortran. Is there a lot of experience required for the position.
I am Indian,Master degree holder, Software developer, I would like to know how long it will take to process for Canada work permit (PR)? How was the software industry for java professionals? How good to settle there? I have 5 yrs of experience in java/ j2ee.
I am currently applying for jobs and I would like to know what things I should know for that position.
I am applying for an entry level software developer,web developer, analyst position.
On my application I said I knew C#, Java, Html, php,asp.net,sql. You know things of that nature.
What technical things would I need to know for the interview on these topics and other general knowledge questions for an person in my position.
I am Java/J2EE developer currently working in US on L1 visa. Recently I got my Green Card approval for Denmark. I earn close to $4200/per month thats excluding tax(its around 6K including tax) . But in case I go to Denmark I will have to search a job on my own. So should I take the risk of going to Denmark. How much does an average J2EE developer earn there? Are there enough opportunities in Denmark? Please help..Is it worth taking risk?
This person has a BS in Computer Science, and plenty of experience in various programming languages... especially PHP, Java, Ruby and lots of others. Where can you find companies that want to hire people for contract work? These kind of jobs are out there, how does one find them?
what do you think is the better path to take for an IT person. a programmer or a windows server administrator?
I already have some heavy background with programming, specifically java, but I had an opportunity to study windows server administration and I seem to get familiar with it.
I now have the option to pick a career, I like programming and i kinda got to like windows server administration too. I just am not sure what to pursue now. what should be better to pursue? why?
Ive worked in the restaurant industry for over 5 years. Im tired of it and my dream has always been to be a Software Engineer or a Computer Repair Technician. How much schooling would I need? What classes would I take? How long will it take? How much does it cost? Ive searched online and have come up with nothing... Your help is very much appreciated! =o)
What I would like to know is what kind of jobs can you get in Canada/US if you know C language and assembler and know how to combine those 2 languages and work with hardware such as putting together circuit boards, etc.
Is this enough to get started in an entry level position at least?
I want to get into IT and the 2 year program I am thinking about includes these topics.
I am a quick learner. I have little knowledge of HTML, JAVA, C#. I know that I can learn programming languages quickly and have no issues with it. I am really passionate about it. Could anyone please suggest me the course of action I should employ?
Which of the programming languages or a combination of them would you suggest me to learn?
As someone with no formal college education, what majors/classes would i have to take to become a video game developer? I dont have access to good big schools, I've grown up with video games all my life and I really want to make my own. Any tips would be great.
So I've been told that there are certain words that you should put onto online applications. Apparently, as companies get so many applications, companies use a software that goes through application forms and checks for certain "words" to shortlist the applicants. Has anyone else heard of this??
If so what info can you give me because I can't fine anything online about this. Links to websites would be useful. Thanks in advance :)
I am in the final year of my graduation. I am interested in Software field. I did a certification course in Java and looking forward to make a career in software.I live in London.Looking for the companies or agencies to get a job as soon as possible.
I've done Software engineering.How can i get a job in companies like these.I've heard that they cherry-pick candidates and that its very difficult to get a job there. Can u pls give me some idea which can make my CV stand out.