Join Jungwoo Ryoo for an in-depth discussion in this video Preparation tips, part of Developer Career Paths and Certifications.
- [Instructor] To become a software engineer,…the most conventional route to take…is going through a formal education process,…that being a college degree.…Most community colleges and four-year schools…have computer science degree programs…and even software engineering majors.…At four-year institutions an engineering college…often houses computer science…or computer engineering degree programs.…As its name suggests Computer Engineering focuses more…on hardware while computer science programs…are more about developing software.…
There are also less conventional programs available.…Information Sciences and Technology or IST is one of them.…For example Penn State offers a design and development…option through its College of IST.…Of course you don't necessarily have to earn…a computer science or software engineering degree…to become a software engineer, many are self-taught.…Regardless of your background it's not too difficult…to pursue a career as a software engineer.…
There are a few reasons for this.…First there's a huge demand…
- Technical preparation for IT career paths
- Importance of soft skills
- Software engineering career options
- Careers in system administration
- Working in cybersecurity
- Careers in data science
- Working with machine learning
- Pursuing certifications
- Preparation tips
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1. An Overview of IT Developer Careers
2. Software Engineering
3. System Administration
5. Data Science
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