A short technical overview of what it takes to start a computer career and why you don't need to spend a lot of money or spend four years in a classroom to get started. Written by a Senior Software Consultant who came up the hard way, the book includes technical discussions of Web Development, Nework Administration, and Software Development, what to study to get started in each of the main areas of a computer career, how to find and apply for jobs, interviewing tips, the first weeks on the job, resume advice, and numerous tips that only someone who didn't have their career handed to them on a platter could give you.The Internet is also especially good if you end up at a job where there are no other computer people, and you have no ... It came from books that I spent time reading at home, experimenting with the material in the book on my computer, andanbsp;...
|Title||:||How to Break Into a Computer Career Through Self-Study!|
|Publisher||:||iUniverse - 2001-10-01|