Which field should I choose as a career in IT if I have skills in many areas?

Updated on : January 20, 2022 by Penelope Blair



Which field should I choose as a career in IT if I have skills in many areas?

Strictly speaking, try to focus on work, see if you can get the best out of it. Since you have just joined, it may take some time for you to calm down. Still, if you want to look around, you can consider the following points:

  1. You must be very good at at least one programming language.

2. The courses offered by NPTEL are very good.

3. You must be very strong in the basics, good in math tools, basic data structures and the algorithm.

4. Practice as much coding as possible online.

5. R: a popular programming language used for statistical computing to obtain information from data. Salary range: 8-10 lakhs package. R helps prototype and visualize data quickly. It has a powerful library in statistics and mathematics that gives data professionals a lot of power to manipulate quickly.

Mobile App Developer or Hadoop Developer - A programming framework that supports the processing of big data in a widely distributed computing environment. These softwares are used due to the increased use of mobile devices, a large increase in digital data that needs to be analyzed. Hadoop's skill set will earn a higher salary than Java's.

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All programmers have the same question in mind when choosing to learn a programming language. I have looked for many explanations to give you the best answer I can, I hope you find it useful.

First and foremost: Java is a programming language (broadly speaking), while .Net is a framework. .Net, as you may already know, is a platform that supports multiple languages, viz. C #, VB. NET, F # and others. A framework is nothing more than a set of out-of-the-box functionality available at your fingertips when you write code using that framework.

Okay, which is easier to

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Thanks for A2A.

All programmers have the same question in mind when choosing to learn a programming language. I have looked for many explanations to give you the best answer I can, I hope you find it useful.

First and foremost: Java is a programming language (broadly speaking), while .Net is a framework. .Net, as you may already know, is a platform that supports multiple languages, viz. C #, VB. NET, F # and others. A framework is nothing more than a set of out-of-the-box functionality available at your fingertips when you write code using that framework.

Well, which one is easier to learn?

Unfortunately, there is no clear answer to this question. All up to you. Some of you will find Java easier to understand and master, while others will think that it is easier to code in C # than anything else in the world.

Career opportunities in Java vs. .Net

This is where things get interesting. The hiring scenario these days requires you to know several things. For example, you will rarely see job postings that say "Java programmers required" or ".Net programmers required." Usually you will find job openings that require J2EE, JSF for those who know Java and C #, SQL server and other MS technology for the .Net folks. The point to keep in mind is that you will have to keep learning and keep improving your knowledge no matter what career you choose.

Both Java developers and .Net developers have been in high demand over the past few years and it is not going to change anytime soon either. No one can predict which technology would continue to be in vogue in the months and years to come.

What is better for the future?

Instead of worrying about it; Why not prepare for the future?

As a software engineer / developer, you * don't * have to stick to any specific language; but master one you are currently working on. Start with anyone, learn it with all the interest and try to be excellent. If you choose Java; don't hate .Net and vice versa. If your current job requires C # and ASP; learn it. If you are just starting out with a large IT company that hasn't told you what profile you will be assigned; it just doesn't matter.

Ultimately, you will end up being part of the administration:

... and then you will play with Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook. No more 'coding' will be required on your part and all you will do is monitor your team's performance. A solid understanding of the technology will definitely help.

Happy learning :)

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