Ok heres the scoop. everyone knows engineering jobs are predominately filled by males in the workforce. Since I want to be around as many as possible, in what job would I have the opportunity to encounter the most?
Well, I just graduated in Jan. and the job hunt has been slow...not stagnant, but not the most promising...Anyway, I am looking for an entry level applications/systems programming or firmware engineering position or even internship and I am having a very hard time finding companies that have jobs suitable for someone fresh out of college. My main job hunting resource is Dice.com (I use it almost exclusively), but I also have a few various other methods that I use occasionally. What can I do to make my job search more effective? It is a very frustrating situation and I don't want to be temping for the next year...Please help, thanks.
I want to submit a request to Apple for the next ipod touch firmware. I want to be able to change the homescreen without jailbreaking.
I am a fan of jailbreaking, but unfortunately I don't think you can jailbreak the ipod touch 2nd generation.
I have tried QuickPwn, but when i use it when it gets to the "Choose your firmware" part i choose it, but the blue arrow stays inactive and grey.
Any suggestions on either jailbreaking it or how to contact apple?
I want to become a biomedical engineer. I plan on going to cal poly in san luis obispo to get a degree in bio engineering and i need to decide what i need to do from there. And what is the pay like?
I love both of the subjects and plan to double major in them, but it will be very hard for me to choose between them for a career. So I was wondering if anyone knew of any jobs that combined the two? Thanks in advance.
I THINK I would like to become an engineer. But I would like some feedback. Please help me.
I am a high school student.
I really love both but i am not sure if its a good good idea to double major bio and engineering.
What jobs will combine computing (did help desk in past) and electronics? BTW, I have no desire to goto college for more years of math, science, or engineering.
I'm a 7-year experience Firmware Engineer in an American Firm. Currently, I'm enjoying my job, less stress and earning above average salary. I was offered for a regional role job in SG as a Lead Applications Engineer. Can somebody gave me an idea what is the salary should I expect?
For my college admission, i have been offered IT and Computer Engineering. I want to know what avenues are available in each stream. what kind of jobs will i get in each.
Specifically, I'm looking for American companies that have expatriate embedded software engineering (firmware, RTOS, drivers, applications) positions available in Japan.
If you studied computer science in school. Please tell me about the job you landed and how its like over there. A typical work day.
I've completed engineering in Electronics & communication. I'm in look out for a job in telecom( networks maintenance).Anyone please advice
Basically I'm having trouble deciding whether to take computer science courses or physics courses outside the core curriculum of electrical engineering (second year). I think i'm better at physics than at computer science and physics courses could supplement my theoretical knowledge concerning electrical engineering. However, I realize how important and practical computer science is nowadays so that's what's making me double minded. Which discipline chosen as a minor would give me a better chance of landing a good job?
Is electrical engineering and electronics engineering better than electrical and computer engineering.
what do u think which of these 3 is best.
that has covers most of the knowledge discussed in other two
thanks to all
Is computer engineering also hard an very complex. Is there a better type engineering? What do computer engineers really do?
Pretty straightforward question. Which degree would you recommend? Which degree is most flexible? I want to work in a software company, which degree will help more in finding a job? And finally, how do these degrees differ from one another?
I swear, I can't take my computer to class or lectures nowadays without someone bringing up how much "Macs suck" and how I'm such a "sheep" for buying one.
Not only that, but every forum I visit, every video I watch always has a big conglomeration of people telling and agreeing with each other about how horrible Macs are.
Some people will argue that Mac users act "stuck up", but in all of the situations in which people insult Macs, I have never ONCE seen a Mac user pop up in the conversation anywhere to put in their 2 cents.
As for the "They're really expensive" argument, my experiences with PCs have cost me twice as much as my one Macbook, and they've all lasted only half as long...
Don't get me wrong, I don't hate PCs at all. I know that they are very useful in their own ways, just as Macs are useful in some ways, too, and I know that they can last a very long time for some people.
I have just personally had very bad experiences with PCs and Windows in general, so I opted for Macintosh.
But that doesn't make me a sheep, and it doesn't make me a bad person, and my laptop most definitely does not "suck".
So, please, give me a good reason for such intense Mac hatred that people actually feel the need to insult and bash others about it, because I see no good reason at all.
F i went and got like a bachelor in this and business management how much could i make a year as a computer tech? or would i need a masters? im looking for around 70-100k a year? what feild is my best bet and what does that field do? i love computers.
I want to choose my major;however, I do not see the difference among them. Would you please tell me which major is more important, and where i can apply for my future job with one of them?