I have done my B.sc in Computer science.So i'm looking for a job in software field but i'm not finding any jobs in software field there are a few job in hardware side.so if work as a system administrator for 1 or 2 year is it possible to jump to software side after that?Please help me.
SAP Administrator Certification
I'm pretty good with computers and im looking to go to computer school so I can change my career. What's the best fields to jump into? How hard is it to get a job with a certificate?
I am a engineering graduate working in semiconductor field with 5 yrs of experience. I like IT field very much. Im at the age of 30.How can I make a career switch?. I check with SAP , looks good. I need to find other IT fields also which is relevant or suitable to a person like me. I am ready to face the difficulties that may come across. Thanks if some body suggest a way.
I have no previous work experience. I am an Industrial Engineer. I am planning to do SAP basis admistrator course. I need guidance preferably from the ones who have done the same course and landed a job. thanks
What degree would I need? Where can I look for an entry level position?
SAP software is focus for people who has business degree or IT degrees? i believe you need programming background to work in SAP but what do you think?
Just want to know about SAP, because i am new in SAP, i don't have any relevant experience basically i am working in BPO customer support, if i join SAP, whether can i get a job?
Also give me some Institute details of SAP in Bangalore.
Is it easy to get job in SAP realm post finishing the tough course.
Hello, I'm taking information systems management and i like business and IT so was thinking to approach real life with SAP, ORACLE AND PROJECT MANAGEMENTS CERTIFICATION in order to get a job after finish my degree, also, take some courses to learn CASE tools apply on business process.. do you believe this can work or not? yes,no why? thank you
If you are a system analysis and you are tasked with the setting up and the development of computer networks for other people, must you be aware of the software they need to use?
For example, if you set up a network for a travel agency, do you need to know the software they need to use? Likewise, if you set up a network for an employment agency, must you know what software they need to use for their company?
Or someone else will do the job for you?
Specializing in systems analyst route.
Will have 2 summers worth of internship experience
Will have these certifications: CCNA, CCNP, MCITP, A+, N+, S+, MSCE, linux +, server +, MSCA, Java,
Will have 3-5 years of IT work experience
Looking at any of the following jobs:
IT operations manager
IT project manager
Computer Systems Analyst
Network Security Engineer
Technical Support Engineer
SAP basis admin
Telecommunication network engineer
Will my degree apply to those above jobs?
Will I be able to land an entry level position with any of those above jobs with all of my qualifications?
The hype of doing MCA seems like a rat race to me, ask anyone and the answer is same MCA but i have seen many people doing certificate courses like MCSE, CCNA , SAP and oracle etc. and earning a handsome salary in big IT companies like wipro, infosys, TCS etc. So what to do after doing BCA? here are the options----
1. MCA (3 years of hard work not knowing the future prospects)
2. MBA (eyeryone wants to have one MBA degree, isn't it)
3. MCSE, CCNA, SAP, ORACLE (System administrators, networking is the in-thing these days, what u think?)
I m computer Engineer 2010 graduate and i m confused for which field to choose system administrator or software developer. both fields are interesting , but which one is better than other(learning & income). can anybody from IT Professionals help me ?
I am fresher so what i have to do if i want to go for system administrator/Engineer before going for certification like MCSE,CCNA etc....
I am doing course in sap-basis. so what i want to ask is what will be the future of sap-basis administrator in the future. how long is sap going to be in demand in the IT market. approximately for how many years
I am currently working as a SAP System Administrator from past 4 months, this project falls in a support category. I am worried about my future as this project is purely offshore and no onsites. I feel I am spoiling my future by working in this support kind of work and since I am a fresher I cannot fight or argue with allocation team of my company.
Please give me some solutions and ur opinion..
I want to become a database administrator after college. There are not a lot of entry level DBA job openings. What do most DBAs do first, (i.e. entry level programmer, network administrator. etc.).
What other hobbies do you have besides trolling and counter-trolling, which appear to be main job descriptions here--besides other activities that apparently are done to compensate for respective shortcomings in the real world?
I like your answers all.
@Kev and PC: Technically, "work" is not a hobby. Hobbies are activities that waste time and money--work is the opposite lol.
@Patrick: your boss knows you are sneaking a peek at FB. Trust me.
@Japs: Like you, I enjoy the free amusement I gain from reading certain Q&A's here, especially those from the oversensitive "loony bin" types who are so easily influenced...is priceless.