The first thing you need to do is to create a resume of your skills and experience, and use that to search for the available jobs, probably in your local area. It is unlikely that any company will even consider you for a job, especially for working at home, without a face to face interview first. As to salary, that will depend on your skills and experience, and how much demand there is for those skills.
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1. Make sure to spell correctly and don't text when you are online. If you "text" in your job search many possibly employers will look down on it.
2. I would suggest talking to some recruiting agencies and see if they can find you something.
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How would one go about expanding their knowledge into another development sector?
I have been in the manufacturing sector for my entire career; and I have recently become interested in the healthcare sector. I'm not necessarily looking to change my current focus, but I'd like to learn more and maybe dabble a little for fun and profit. For any sector-focused developer there is a certain degree of domain expertise needed, so that may be the main issue.
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I'm an under graduated student study Computer Engineering in JORDAN our curriculum requires every student to complete six-months period of training in companies/institutions before graduation , the student required to present a technical report for assessment and the company provides our faculty with assessment report marked by the field supervisor in company/institution , if student training is abroad ( just like my case ) his/her faculty supervisor will maintain e-mail contact with the student to monitor his/her progress ...
Can you help me with this situation ? i mean is such thing possible back there in USA ? do you know any training company that i can apply for ? My training period begins in 02/05/2012 to 08/05/2012 So would you please help me cause i know nothing about the environment and really look to this chance as a life-time opportunity to have a good experience and practicals that will help me getting a respectful job and life ...
Looking forward to hear ur comments and ready to questions if any
In the USA that would be called an internship. A lot of companies offer internships but not sure if they can get you a student visa into the USA for that. Since the visa sponsorship is a bit of a pain, not sure if someone would do it for an intern (since you'd only be working for such a short amount of time). Universities do it for their "study abroad" programs but not sure exactly how they work out the visa situations.
Try doing a Google search for companies offering internships for international students. Good luck!
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I'm a 16 yr programmer, and I am looking for some advice for my future.
I basically want to know: what industry is going to prosper in the future and will be worth investing my time in right now. Meaning, what things should I start learning know and start gaining experience in, so I can be more prepared for a job, as well as know that my time isn't going in vain.
I'm really passionate about making games (Worked with Unity3D and XNA with C#) and (My #1 Choice)I am extremely passionate about C/Linux/Embedded Programming. And I'm not so fond of web programming. These are my preferences, but you guys know much more than me, so please advice.
Also, please tell me the technologies/languages I should start learning that will prosper with the industry you recommend. I am really looking forward to your advice.
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I basically want to know: what industry is going to prosper in the future
If we could answer a question like that we would all be millionaires. It's impossible to tell what industry will prosper next week let alone beyond that. The only way you can decide which way to go is to look around your local area to see what jobs are being offered and try to learn the skills that would help you there. But, remember those jobs may all be filled by the time you have reached the right skill level.
I don't see the gaming industry growing much larger than to is now. However if you want to prepare for it Linear algebra would be something you need to be very familiar with.
Also, please tell me the technologies/languages
Doesn't matter at all, being a great developer/programmer is about the ability to solve a given problem, what language and technologies you use is of no consequence. If you become a great developer, but have only ever used C# it'll take you no more than one week to pick up 2-4 other managed languages, even picking up a lower level language like C or C++ wouldn't a be tough job.
What ever you do when you look for books, do not buy any book that tells you it'll teach you something in XY days, personally I take great offence to such books, because everyone learn at a different rate, so the only way I see the author can ensure that the estimates holds would be by leaving out some of the tougher details.
To summarize the next 2-3 years
1) Stick to one and only one language, like for example C#
2) Become comfortable and proficient with OOP
3) Know your design patterns
4) Don't read "in XY days"-books.
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