How To Improve your Resume, Job Search & Interviews or Get a Tech Job
I would like to help you by answering any challenging business analyst or software development career question you may have.
So, add your question as a comment to the end of this post and I will either answer you on this post or privately by email if it happens to be a sensitive question.
Here are some of the questions you can ask. You can borrow from the list of questions below or ask a more pressing career related question.
1. How do I get a business analyst job?
2. How do I get a business analyst job without a college degree, education or real-world experience?
3. What is the entry level salary for business analysts?
4. What skills do I need to master to become a business analyst?
5. What are the roles, responsibilities and career options for business analysts?
6. How do I prepare for business analyst interviews?
7. What is the most sought-after skill in business analysis?
8. How long should I train to become a business analyst?
9. How does a business analysis career compare to a computer programming career?
10. What is the current job market outlook for business analysts?
1. How does out-sourcing affect the career prospects of software developers?
2. Am I too old to become a software developer?
3. What is the highest paying software development skill?
4. Should I consider becoming a game programmer?
5. What are the hottest programming languages right now?
6. What is the easiest programming language to master?
7. Should I become a contract software developer or a full-time software developer?
8. How hard is it to become a software developer?
9. What curriculum is the best for teaching computer programming to high school students?
10. What are the opportunities for women or minorities in computer programming?
1. Introduce yourself: Post your name, your location and some background on what you do for a living before asking your question.
2. Ask a relevant question: Ask a question related to your business analyst, software development career, a question about me or about my products and services.
3. Ask on time: Ask your question within the next 48 hours
This list of questions is by no means comprehensive and you can choose a question from this list or ask me your own question, either way the floor is yours for the next 48 hours.