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what are the latest technology trends and how can i make my career according to that?
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It was a nice discussion with you yesterday and I am happy to help you with all information I can. The latest technological trends is changing faster than ever before and the demand for skilled professionals is at an all time high. The latest trend in Computer and technology based careers includes:
Computer/ Software Engineers: They learn and develop computer programs for operating systems , internet and applications etc,
Computer systems Analysts: Help in resolving and troubleshooting computer problems for their clients. They can design an organization's Computers network along with the required equipment's and software that serves their specific purposes.
DataBase Administrators: Database administrators (DBAs) organize, store and management digital and electronic information for corporations and organizations. They make sure databases are operating efficiently and secure from unauthorized intrusion.
Computer And IT Managers: Computer and information systems managers, often referred to as information technology (IT) managers are responsible for managing the computer-related activities of an organization.
Computer Network Architect: Computer Network Architects develop data communication networks, including intranets, wide area networks (WANs), local area networks (LANs). These networks can be as simplistic as a single connection between a few offices to a complex wide area network used to support a multinational corporation with hundreds of offices across the globe.Network architects and engineers spend much of their time designing and planning new communication networks
Hardware/ Systems Engineer: Computer hardware engineers design, develop, and supervise the production and installation of computer hardware. Computer hardware includes keyboards, modems, printers, computer systems, chips, and circuit boards.The duties of a computer hardware/ Systems engineer include:Designing blueprints of new computer equipment, and creating new hardware,Making models of new hardware designs, and testing those models, Analyzing the results of these tests, and making any necessary adjustments to the design, Upgrading current computer equipment and maximizing compatibility with new software and Finally ,Supervising the manufacturing of new computer hardware.
Now , coming to your question on how to make a career in that, I would say it solely depends on how you want to see yourself few years down the lane. And it is best to decide a career on the basis of your own interests, Skills, Aptitude, Personality traits etc. , and a career test will help you in that.
I would suggest you to take the career assessment services provided by Careerguide.com which will help you to find out the most preferred career choices for you and we will also discuss to decide further. Also if you want any information on any career like educational requirements, nature of work, growth prospects, salary etc. ,, feel free to revert..
I wish you good luck in your career ahead
All the best
Dear Career Aspirant,
Thanks for writing to www.careerguide.com!
Well, do you mean latest trend in computer science field or any other technology field? One of the career expert has already explained the trend in computer science/IT. In addition to what she has mentioned,
Management information system, data analytics, programmers, game developers, social media marketing (SOE, SMO etc), web designing and research/artificial intelligence, sixth sense technology are in demand. Recently, technopreneurs are creating ripple in the market.
Assess your strengths, weaknesses, interest and passion. Identify suitable area of field within IT/computer and build your competency. You can take up short term courses, and assignment to sharpen your knowledge and skills.
Hope this information is useful.
With Best Wishes,Apurva Kumar Pandya, PhD
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