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 Which IT tool is worth learning?
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Posted on 08-04-16 6:44 PM     Reply [Subscribe]
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Dear, sajha Sathiharu.I dont have any IT experience.So, which I.T tool is worth learning and have good market right now?pls share your suggestions
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Posted on 08-04-16 7:56 PM     [Snapshot: 68]     Reply [Subscribe]
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Learn UNIX skripting and mainframe programming. It is highly demanded in classic network infrastructure. There will be very small competion with you. Your job is sure with atleast $165,000.00 per year.

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Programming is the only thing i cannot learn.
 
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Is it only me or everybody thinks the same.Or its just my illusion about programming.
 
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Thanks for your information donald duck..
 
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If you can't do programming then IT is not for you. QA is not IT. Anyone can do QA. It doesn't require technical knowledge.
 
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I know about QA but i was just wondering if you guys know any other...
 
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Donald_duck u need to get ur basic fixed... Anyone can do anything... If Qa is not IT what it is... Hatti ko aanda... Im QA working from last 5 yrs... It does require technical n u need sql... May be QA is easy field in IT but its worth to start with... U can learn automations big data casendra mangoo db to move forward with
 
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Thanks jptguff
 
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If Programming is not for you, try BA. Learn to write mapping document, functional/requirement documents, training material, release notes etc. Not sure if you'll make 165k but that is the best case scenario of you don't know any programming.

+Learn some basic SQL and SAS. It is not difficult as other programming languages.  Understand some BI tools like Tableau, Cognos etc, they don't need any programming.  Good luck.
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This donald duck prick obviously doesn't know what IT is.

Listen all you fukers, it is vast... programming isn't the only IT field.

Real IT field is systems and network
 
Posted on 08-09-16 10:51 PM     [Snapshot: 1237]     Reply [Subscribe]
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Finally, great suggestion from johhny.Thank you so much.
 
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Me few cents ,
Technology wise , JAVA i think is the biggest jobgetter , The complex it gets , the more pay it is ...

IT is a big world and there are a lot of things you can do. If you are good at any tool / technology you will always excel. However , for a start if you do not have any IT / Computer experience...start of with basic , Start reading the basic Computer architecture book , Those things will touch a lot of the IT components of computer systems. Then you can branch off to what you like. The important thing is to find out what you like and what you are good at. If you are good at maths , logics and have good memory you should be good with programming. Again programming is another sea out there, lot of stacks and lot of different technologies , regardless of the technology if you want to get into programming , start of with python or java or c to get a good grasp of programming and move up to object oriented programming ...you can then move up the stack to web and server side frameworks.Like I said each of those I said above is its own beast and will require years to excel and learn. A full stack engineer is what you should be aiming at, 5-8 years after you start your career in software.

Network and security is fun too , although I see less foreign workers in the field(mostly because american don't like programming ). NS is closely related to IT , you learn the OSI stack and move up to a technology such as routing / switching or security , all are fairly easy if you get the basics right. From there you move up to specific product such as Cisco / checkpoint / Juniper / Palo alto and many more. A typical admin for one of those product , all they do is configure/troubleshoot stuff for the product.pay ranges from 40+

The shortcut , Get into a training from Consultancy , if you have time, dive into multiple ones. Usually if you get into system and Engineering such as Linux / servers / etc , those roles require minimal cross domain knowledge so you can stick to one product and be fine with it eg. Red had admin , Apache admin.

For a start , get a powerful computer and download VMware or any other virtual platform , make a typical virtual IT environment with , host , client , server , DB , switch etc. Set them up in a domain environment so you know how IT works , on the server , start off with a simple apache server and move up to a server side server such as Glassfish/ tomcat/LamEtc , build one small program for each. Set up a DB the sameway (mysql/postgres/sql) and hook all of those together. this will help you answer at least half of the interview questions in and IT technology.
 
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Agreed with your two cents fdpower. I'm curious to know, which field/track is your livelihood.
 
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@fdpower, thank you for your few cents. Btw, how should be powerful computer (desktop or laptop)?. I have installed VMware, and started learning basic web development (HTML, CSS, Javaskript). I am planning to learn Java, and join consultancy for QA marketing. I don't have any IT project experience, and from different professional background (making less than 50K).

What would you suggest?

Thanks in advance.

 
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My simple suggested to anyone is "do what you love". Regarding the tools of choice if you are good at it you will be successful no-matter where. Java is a good career in the enterprise world
however JAVA when you learn JAVA you have to know JAVA plus many other things related to development such as Testing / continuous integration / database etc.

I suggest people going to development to take a software aptitude test to see how quick their brain works ...the quicker it works the faster the learning curve.

its like being a football player even though you are a defender you still need to know how to shoot a penalty when needed.

Good luck.
 


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