So, I am a Quality Assurance Analyst with almost 13 years experience. I am bored with Quality Assurance. I can do it with my eyes closed. My question is this: What is the fastest way to get a job doing software development? I have self studied Java and C#. I also have half a masters degree in Computer Science. My undergrad degree is in something other than computers. Do I go for certificates? Do hiring managers look at those?
I have done my Engg in Electronics and Telecommunication field. i have just passed out and currently working as a Quality Assurance Engineer in a Media company for their website. but i am not thoroughly interested in software field. i want to know about job opportunities in electronics and telecom field in which i have gained knowledge, and not the field in which i have not. pls help me.
I am planning to migrate to New zealand in another 6 months, Currently I am working as Sr. Automation engineer for a MNC in Bangalore, India. Can anybody give some idea about Software testing job market fro 6 years experienced people in new zealand.
I have a Bachelor's degree in computer science. What can I do that isn't strictly programming or software development (it can involve some programming, but not where 100?f your work is coding)? Also what can I do that's outside of the IT industry? And what would I need to have or learn besides my degree to get there?
I want to study Mechanical Engineering at the University of Florida. However, i am unsure about its prestige. can you please tell me it's prestige, ranking, perks of going to the University of Florida over Ivy league schools and other colleges, and can i get my doctorate there? would it be worth my time to get my doctorate? 10 points to whoever has best answer!
I have 5+ yrs experience in IT industry. In the coming months, I will be assigned to a project where my role will be architect. I want to know, what exactly an architect do in software development? Is there any site which can help me out?
I am interviewing people for the position of Senior Software Engineer, and a big chunk of the job is solving problems (s/he will be developing testing software). So, what are the best logical questions that you have been asking job prospects? Or if you are a job seeker, what's the best question that you've been asked? The goal is to see the candidate's thought process, how they approach a problem, etc.
Please provide the answers (or at least the hints) too.
What are the similarities and differences between the two majors? How would you recommend I go about making the decision between the two?
Extra question (optional): RIT or UMass Amherst for computer science/software engineering?
I've been searching, but it seems like I am mostly finding QA Software Engineers - how can I narrow my results?
I'm afraid that no one seems to be getting what I was asking. I wanted titles for NON Software QA Engineers - but all I got were more things to call Software QA Engineers.
I'll put this up to a vote - thanks :-)
I cannot find a compiled list of all the sorts of technical trades (engineering, accounting, architecture, etc.).
I would appreciate a list of all that you know!
Medical science, Engineering (ME or EE), Kinesiology, Life Science
Also could you mention the approximate annual salary for each if i chose a private/business sector
What are the easier degrees?
I'm doing a project on top 10 jobs (in my opinion). And I want to add something to my list where I test stuff like PCs or phones (aka iPhone or Samsung Galaxy) and portable game devices (PlayStation Vita) Stuff like that, anyone have any ideas? Cause I have no clue on what to look up :P Thanks!
I am a High School Senior right now and am researching potential majors.
I would like to do something in the Information Technology or Computer Science fields.
However, what is the major (computer science, software engineering?) for those who would like to become video game designers? What courses does one take?
I'm a freshman in college and im undecided on my major, I dont want anything with health science or government/politics. I do like being around technology and I looked up types of technicians, a Computer Technician looks alright, working and installing programs with computers and I looked up Electrical Engineering, can anyone please tell me any other kinda similar careers dealing with technology to help me look at and find a major? Thank you.
My dream job is to have a office (dosent matter if its small or big or if its just a desk) and to work on a computer and get good pay. but i dont know what types of jobs have this? can you tell me some jobs:??? please and thank you
Im 17 and im at college. I want to be an engineer but not sure what path to go down, im thinking civil engineer, geotechnical engineering. Does anyone work in this line of work that can help me out. Also i got c's in maths and science, is that good enough? cheers
If not then what degree?
Also, is there ANY career in computers that is in Business?
Is there any career that I can get, where I could interact with at least SOME people?
More specifically in the province British Columbia. Also how much do they get paid annually?
Do game companies care if you studied a career in software engineering or something similar when applying for a job or is there a way for someone who didn't study this to work there?
If so, what would this person need in order to be considered?