Beggars Can't Be Choosers
One of the bigger issues facing IT professionals is: “
the challenge of building experience“.
This challenge exists because employers still require experience for hiring, even when you need their jobs to build experience!
It’s the classic Catch-22: “
chicken or egg which came first challenge” that may be solved through internships or full-time jobs.
internships are getting increasingly competitive () and Read More … employers are still insisting on handson experience before making job offers. Why Internships Are Hard To Get
For a while, internships helped provide the missing handson experience to IT professionals learning new skills or transitioning careers.
Stay Ahead of the Curve!
Have you ever wondered how some people stay ahead of rapidly changing technologies while others seem to let their skills become extinct like the Dodo?
Well, apparently, someone in Dubai, U.A.E. wants to know the answer so badly that he sent in his question by postal mail!
If you need help with a Question or Challenge, be sure to ask it as a comment on this page and I will answer it fully just as I am answering this reader’s question below!
Learning A Marketable Skill?
Do you want to learn the C++ programming language or become a C/C++ computer programmer?
Have you ever asked this question?
which programming language is the most complex and challenging?? and received the answer C++?
If you answered yes, you are not alone. About 13 years ago, I asked my mentors in
computer programming which programming language is the hardest, toughest, most difficult to learn? and I got the same reply as you… C++.
I asked the question because I wanted to become a successful computer programmer.
What are the computer programming career challenges, issues and problems facing you today?It’s time to have your tough, important and difficult questions on your programming career answered.
To make myself clear, let’s go over some typical programming career questions.
You may ask any of these or another more urgent and critical programmer questions.
How do I study difficult computer programming books?
How do I overcome the fear of programming interviews?
How do I succeed at programmer interviews easily?
How do I transition to becoming a contract computer programmer?
Am I too old to become a computer programmer?