I am a graduate Engineer. I have MCSE and CCNA certification. I’m seeking Network Admin / Engineer related jobs anywhere, particularly in Middle East. I have 10 years experience in the field of IT, networking, computer hardware and software designing jobs.
Btw, I am from Bangladesh and worked in Singapore in IT sector.
Thank you in advance for your help.
I'm doing a career research project and I need to know the longevity of this career field or software design, graphic design, engineer etc. I've looked everywhere. Please don't let me down, easy points.
Things like Software development, website design, software engineering. I am going into the IT field but I wish to know what options are available. If possible, could you please put in a short description with the job name. Thanks in advance.
Who is the design engineer & who is system engineer in the filed of electronics & automation ?
What tasks he perform ?
thanks in advance
I have master degree in Mechanical Engineering from NUS Singapore. Looking for Mechanical Design engineering job in Singapore. Can you suggest me ?
I'm thinking about computer software engineering as a major in college and I'm just wondering what it is exactly? Does it only have to do with computer (as in a physical computer.. pc/mac etc.) specific programs or is it a little bit more broad than that and go into other electronic devices other than computers? Is there a difference between computer software engineering and just software engineering?
Any details on this field would be greatly appreciated.
Software engineers I know on the internet tell me they make $40 000 a year and are often expected to work 16 hours a day for their company, without overtime as they are on a set salary.
Is it true that software engineers start at $40 000 a year, and sometimes have to work 16 hours a day or not sleep to complete their tasks on deadline?
I have been programming since 12 years old, and I am considering becoming a software engineer. However, the pay is horrible and apparently the working conditions in a cubicle are comparative to slave labour.
Is this true?
It would also be very stressful, because my boss would constantly remind me that he could hire 8 programmers from South Asia with my salary, and blow the rest of it on cocaine.
Let's say i got a Bachelors in computer engineering. What other engineering jobs can I get into with that degree? Does studying computer engineering limit my job options?
What does "purity of design" mean?
This is related to Information Technology(Software Design). It could be asked in an job interview.
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I'm trying to find out for my brother. He is highly experienced and ex Cambridge. Has designed programmes for nuclear power and for anti-radar. His current firm aren't really the best payers!
No one said 'easy'. He's a genius at the areas he's in but wouldn't mind changing. Thanks for your thoughts, although it appears you can't have read the whole question. Many thanks nevertheless.
I am working in power electronics company as a UPS design Engineer, i would like to work in software and hardware combination.
Ok I want to point out that I dont want to work as a teacher, mathematician, and physicist, but I do want this subjects?
If it's ok,, please outline some technologies that I can possibly invent.
I also want to say that my interests/hobbies are:
Hi I am a grade 10 student, I am wondering about the careers in the future, though I want to go through University to pursue my careers since my parents want me to go through University. The programs and careers offered in University for auto careers do not catch my attention as well as the careers outside of University.
The only course pretty much offered for auto in University is Mechanical Engineering, though that's the software and design of auto, which is boring in my opinion I want a more hands on job like Assembly Line Technician or just a regular technician, but those jobs are not University programs. I am wondering if there is any jobs offered through University for auto?
I have completed my degree in mechanical engineering.I have been great interested in designing field.
To become design engineer,What should I have to do?
Is it possible without M-tech?
I am a junior in high school and need to start looking at colleges. I would like to go into a career in software engineering and more specifically the development of software/applications, and I am a very talented programmer. I've been looking at many colleges, most only offer computer science and not software engineering. would I want to find schools with a specific degree in software engineering to help better my self, or for my interests is computer science the better option?
I'm currently in high school and I want to learn a programming language to head for this career at full force. Which programming language can I learn and can software engineering branch off easily to different careers? Finally is there other stuff that I need to learn before heading towards a career like this?
I've been looking up jobs working with programming, and it appears that Computer Software Engineering will be one of the fastest growing occupations in coming years. I've also been learning to program for a short while, and I would love to have a career in it. So, what exactly would you do as a CSE? Like, for instance, at Google. What tasks do you do there? Or, at Apple. What specific things do you do regularly? I know that debugging programs is one task CSEs do a lot.
I want to go into computer programming, and I need to decide which program to take in university. I can't decide between two co-op programs, one of which gets you a bachelor in computer science, and the other a bachelor in software engineering.
What's the difference? Which one should I take? Which one will involve more programming?
Ok so i am a software engineering student, at a london university, I was watching an interview by a Facebook employee and he was saying we are looking for great programmers, we have 200 hundred people in engineering.
To me a programmer is someone who can write code, but you have to tell them how to do it, to me if you are a programmer you are similar to a construction worker, you have been given a design by an architect, you have to follow that design, you wouldent know how to build something yourself.
Is this correct?
Both programs are at the university level.
I've done some research already, and the best I've been able to come up with is that SE is more abstract while CS tends to be more practical. However, what I'm really wondering is what kind of jobs/salary I could expect after completing each program.