I've been looking into working for Bungie and being a server programmer. What I want to know is what jobs and degrees i should work in to get the experience to be one.
I am currently a 1st year irregular college student taking I.T. I transferred schools and my majors never got credited. But it's okay because i am slowly getting the logics in programming in Java. This next semester i am taking a System Analysis and Design(SADSIGN) and i am getting nervous because even though i am pretty good at logics, i am not that good at coding. But since it is a case study, we will be on group, we will be four i think. Project manager, Analyst, Documentation, and the programmer. I am asking what jobs i can get after graduating I.T. because what if i graduated I.T. and still not that good at coding, i am hoping that there will be a jobs that will require less programming. Like Database manager or in Multimedia or in charge of Network. So is there jobs that doesn't require hardcore programming skills?
I currently have a BS in Business Administration. Most of job experience have been working with reports, developing MS Access mdb, and new system implementations. I've never taken the time learn code or more advanced database skills. I am currently unemployed and am looking to learn the 21st Century business technology.
I NEED A JOB... and will do what it takes to get one! Period!
I am third year software engineer . I have the basic skills to develop any server side ,client side or desktop application. I don't were to look for or whom to ask to work as a freelancer . what are the requirements and where can i find one place to work as a freelancer in the internet.
: I have got these five.1.Hardware Administrator. 2.Hardware Engineer 3.Software Engineer 4.Computer Programmer. 5. Computer Networker
If someone kindly just define the work of any two among them. And other's explanation. Or give me a referrence. Thanks
I have been trying to find a general breakdown of the entire industry of computers and information technology, hoping there was a chart or directory that kind of broke it all down into major sections (like programmers, database administrators, systems designers, information managers, etc.) But so far I can't find such a chart that would help me pick a career. Does anyone know where I can go to kind of get the big picture?
Should I go to college or teach myself? What language should I learn? How do I get a job?
Like Dunder Mifflin Infinity? I think it'd be really cool to make a fake online company where people can sign up for different jobs and get different opportunites to make fake money. Does anyone know any websites like this? Anyone know how I can make a website like this?
I've been looking for a job as a C# programmer. It's hard to find one because most of them requires at least 2 years of experience, and I don't have any experience at all. Can anybody help me? Please.
My fiancé is planning on joining the army and these are the two jobs he's considering. I realize there may be sites that give information about each job but I would prefer to get my info directly from a soldier or army wife. :)
I have been working with computers for sometime now. (really since my freshman year in college). I have a certificate in Information Technology but, I havent been able to get a job in that field. I have helped other people with their computers and also I always upgrade and crashed (which i learned on just doing that on my computer). I do not have the "experience" of actually working for any computer company. I basically taught myself how to use and keep a computer up and running. I also took computer classes microsoft office, installed some hardware (hard drive and floppy) installed software, and installed operating systems. I do not know how to program a computer. but, I know how to make sure that its running smoothly. alot of people say I should go into I.T. but in Chicago, IL, alot of jobs are not really trying to train somebody to fix a computer. I have the skills to do but can not find a job to go with it. do I need to go back to school for more training? or what?
Hi, I am 14 years old, and I was wondering if I still have a chance to become a computer programmer. I have a little knowledge, but I fell like getting really into it. So I am just asking if its worth learning...Like if I still have a chance. THX
And btw...What language would you reccomend, and maybe you can send some tutorials thx.
For instance, what does the average tech w/ MCSE make annually? What does an Oracle Database tech make annually?
What does a Java programmer make annually?
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?
Just curious, im struggling with the course applied calculus and I aim for a career dealing with networks, security, and the like.
i'm frustrated because i cannot see how finding the slope of the tangent line at (2,3) (or similar calculus) will help me manage a network, or set up a server. In all my classes that are actually related to the field, the most complicated math we do is arithmetic in binary, and other small things.
is there some example of how this will help me i my career?
I'm still not 100?ure what I want to do for a career. I'm also thinking of computer programming. Does anyone know what I would need to know for either a web page designer or a computer programmer.
Well, im not playing about this really... I have 2 programs 1 is called Flash CS4 and I also have Anime Studio Debut and im good at drawing Anime so how much do u think it will cost for the servers and all that stuff? To make a game like Maplestory?
-Thanks for your time from Jay
I have been studying A+ for Dummies for about a month now. I am getting interested but I know I will need hands on experience not only to help me learn but land a job also. What jobs are out there for someone in my position?
I am not really good in design however I would like to use Flash CS3 mostly actionscript 3 development. I know only Html and CSS , how many months of study before I can get an entry level job? Also I would like to learn a little bit about Coldfusion 8 , I heard that sometime it is a requirement to know it when you are a Flash/ Actionscript developer. I am not interested to make games , I want to build application and websites. Thanks for your time guys.
Can I become a computer programmer in the UK by doing a degree with the Open University in Computing and IT and teaching myself C sharp?