Without computers, we can not do without, and people who are in them – all over again. Canada, Germany and other countries give green light to foreign IT specialists, only to fill vacancies available.
“For five years, the company will either be either online or discontinued,” said Intel CEO Andy Groves in 1999. His forecast then seemed too categorical, but today even the pessimists are compelled to admit that he was right. Resisting the computerization of society is already meaningless. And so, the world needs more and more IT professionals. Continue reading
Experts distinguish two areas in the Internet sphere. The first is business (buisiness to buisiness), and the second is directly to the consumer (buisiness to consumer). Moreover, the first direction has more pronounced dynamics and real growth prospects. There is nothing surprising about this. Business representatives have long understood what a virtual reality is, and decide for themselves to what extent they can use it for business. However, in the vast expanses of our country, one can still meet a person who has never heard such a word. Continue reading
The most demanded specialties
Speaking about the sphere of telecommunications, it is possible to allocate such most demanded specialties among qualified experts as: designers, service engineers. Demand for work by sales managers is also substantially higher than supply. The need for mid-level managers and top managers is not diminished. These are both company executives and managers of the areas associated with the production and promotion of certain categories of products, often – completely new, unique products, the analogues of which did not exist before. Continue reading
Technical skills are abilities that confirm qualifications, provide opportunities for career growth. However, more and more recruiters are paying attention to so-called “soft” skills. These include: the ability to maintain communication, teamwork, understanding and observance of professional ethics standards, pronounced personal qualities, creative thinking. Continue reading
There is a natural question: how to learn programming? The first thing that comes to mind is to buy a book “Programming for Dummies”. Examine all terms, learn all the code examples and take pride in your knowledge. But what is the point? After all, a good programmer should not only know, but also be able to apply their knowledge in practice. Therefore, if you really want to become an encoder, you need to look for other simulations of the exercise. Continue reading