I'm 1+ year experienced web developer, eu citizen. One week ago I decided to create my portfolio, which will contain projects, that will be made by me and I'll participate in. Moreover, I'm going to write tutorials and tricks on web development here. In the near future I would like to find a web dveloper job in UK. So, if there are some developers, who can tell me what really do I need (what kind of requirements, experience) to get a job here?!
Thank you in advance.
I want to learn c++ but my computing in college has only VB programming. I want to know, if I learn VB will it be easy to use c++,
what are the difference? are they similar or are they completely different language?
I am a beginner and just started programming
I have good knowledge in different programming languages like vb.net, c#.net ,flex and c, etc. And I have only 1 year of exp. What do i need to get a job in .Net ? Where do I apply??
For those in the field, how is the job market for Web Developers? How has the recession affected the industry, and how will outsourcing affect the future?
I've been self-educating on .Net (C# + VB) via video tutorials and I think it's something I can be great at. It's definitely something I'm interested in. I'd like to get into the field but I'm deeply worried about the stability of IT jobs.
What is the average monthly salary and benefits for Software Developer in Dubai?
i have 4 years of experience in .NET C#/VB, Sharepoint Web Parts Dev, Oracle JD Edwards CNC, T-SQL, PL/SQL, SSRS, Crystal Report.
I am fluent in C# and VB/VB.NET and can probably write any application for windows to accomplish a certain task. I'm getting the hint that this means nothing though, and the languages I know are more like "fake" programming.
Am I basically right in assuming this knowledge is useless, insofar as I will get laughed at if I apply for jobs in the hardware industry (device drivers, firmware), academia (mathematical applications) or game industries (3d graphics, A.I.)?
I'll be a senior in HS next year. I want to hone my programming skills before in enter college because I want to be a computer engineer. Any programming languages other than C++ and Java that I should be proficient in before college?
I've always wondered what computer programmers do. Is it a boring job? I heard they can work around their own schedules because they work from home.
By that i mean how did you learn how did you get your job, do you learn on the job at all, how do you know when your ready, what kind of things do you work on in an average day?
I'm thinking of moving to Dubai.I would like to know what is the starting salary/pay package there?
I have work experience in Oracle database development and I am thinking of getting into web development.
I am in high school, and i want to become a software engineer. i really don't know what the job entails, all i know is that i love working with computers. is to much programming involved? coz all i know is HTML. i also love calculus. is there a chance for me in this field?
I have a BS in Computer Science and Engineering ('98) and have worked as Software Test Engineer (hated that), Programmer, Database Developer. Right now I'm a Developer working for a small consulting firm barely making 42k. I've done VB, some Oracle, some SQL Server and lots of MS Access. In my current job I'm stuck working with Access a lot. I'm in a small town so there's not much available here, but are there areas in the US where I could find a decent job easier? I'm finding that I'm falling behind really fast as this position is not keeping me engaged in the latest technology.
I have done a little VB.Net here, but they're not offering any training and I'm tired of trying to figure everything out on my own.
Can someone please describe the factors influencing the choice of programming language.
explaining the advantages of each language.
and explaining which language is best to use.
I need a job that can be from home or on the internet.. I live in a small town and not to many jobs, I lost my job because of the season and i cant afford to move. I don't have a college education, And i cant afford to go back to school. I need something that can be decent enough to pay for classes.. All i am asking is there something i can do over the internet that is not a scam?
I have very minimal understanding of VB Macros, html & java, good MS Excel Skills and want a career in .NET or C# How long would it take to learn the above to gain a qualification for a job plz?
I know my way around Python and Visual Basic. That's about it. I also know some about the Linux command line, especially in Ubuntu context.
Can anyone help me to determine, what are the next several languages I should concern myself with studying?
Is there any great jobs out there that will hire me if I learn all of these really good?