I am considering getting an assciate's degree in IT but there are several to choose from? What do they all mean and what type of job could I get? There are
Networking and Security Technologies
Information technology in Business
Networking Security Technology-Security Option.
Does anyone out there in the World Wide Web have any experience and can share what each of these focuses on IT are? Or what type of career they would lead to?
I'm only 14 but want to get a head start on my future which i hope is in gaming. I would be happy with a position as a QA Tester, Marketing Manager, Associate Producer, or Game Designer. Any ideas of what I could do to get a head start?
I have a 2.5 GPA and I am majoring in Chemistry and minoring in Zoology. I wanted to know what type of jobs are out there for a degree in science?
I will be getting an associates degree in animal science for now, what kind of jobs can i work with?
I am moving from long-time developer to business analyst. The position has been newly created at my company, and I'm trying to help define my new role. We use the straight waterfall development process, and I'm wondering how the job of a business analyst specifically should be adapted to this methodology. I understand the role of BA varies greatly from org to org and particularly depending on which development process a company uses. Which job functions typically associated with a BA are particularly important when using waterfall? Also, which functions typically associated with a BA might be less appropriately handled by this position since we use the waterfall process?
A little about my organization that may be important:
- We do have a dedicated QA team that currently writes their own use cases which are used as test cases.
- For most projects, our "customers" are internal.
- Our products are for the most part built for an entire industry, not individual customers though they are sometimes adapted to specific implementations. Any external customers we may pull in would be more representative than comprehensive, as might be the case if we were a contractor or custom development shop.
I'm trying to get into video games as a career, but I don't really know how to go about doing it.
I'm in college, getting an associates in Game Design, possibly a higher degree. I'm also beginning to learn programming so I can put some of my ideas into a demo or two to add onto my resume. I really have two questions-
1. How do I go about getting an internship at a game design company, and which companies are the best to ask?
2. What would be a good platform to build my demos on? Should I flat out learn an programming language, or should I use something like Game Maker?
Please answer this question! :)
This question is a mutiple choice question and the choices are...
B. QA assurance associate batch review & release
C. Manufacturing technician
"I'm gonna become a video game tester and get paid lots of money to play games all day LOOOOOL"
I've heard this before and I'm curious how it really is. I know some testing is really just people playing the game so the developers can see if people like it, but is that most testing? And do some testers do their best to try and break it? (Lets run at this wall for 10 min to see if I can clip through it). And lastly, how much do they make?
Can they now marry the 'japanese' people with little fuss. can they find a good job besides those 'lower class' jobs from the past. i heard these things are changing greatly around the world, but i haven't found any new information about the news with Burakumin.
thank you for your time.
A better way to word the question is, do Copper, Silver, and Gold all make a distinct 'ring' when flicked? or are there other metals/alloys that ring like they do?
And what are some different animation specializations? Is there only computer animation and regular animation? And, what should I major in to specialize in one of them? I would prefer not to do digital animation....It seems so complex and I feel like I'll be concentrating more on the mechanics and not on the drawing...Am I wrong?
Both movies - 1st and 2nd were hilarious!
I can't believe my friend watched the 2nd one with her parents!! Oh Gosh, that must've been awkward!
Thankyou guys! And im so happy that Neil Patrick Harris will be back! He is one hell of an amazing guy!
I have 2 yrs of school already behind me.I would be a junior this year but I had to take this yr off due to an unexpected situation. I was majoring in Biology. However now I want to get into labor and delivery nursing, but i really dont want to have to do 4+ yrs to get into it. Iwas wondering if i got an associates degree would I be able to get a career in Labor and delivery nursing.
My colleague has suggested hep B, I'm wondering about tetanus. We quite often have to work with sewerage etc.
Which jobs demand more pay - Electrical Engineering or Network Security and what was the pay like?
Answer this simple questions and i will select u as best answerer
If i can what are the requirements
By the way im really good playing videogames
And how mutch will i be making?
I need something that dosent require more than 1-2 years of school,
has to be a fun job that can change day to day
Preferably in the tech field, (leaning towards game design)
Salary has to range from 30-40,000 a year with the potential to make even more than that.
Please dont only list tech jobs, if something else makes you think it would fit the things i want out of a job then i am open to suggestions. Tech jobs are preferred though.
I wanna be one.