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Career in Computer Science #532251 06/27/09 04:58 PM
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Hi everybody
Computer science is multi-faceted science that offers a wide range of career opportunities for both men and women. This profession is so broad that it has a variety of career options from programming to designing, from sales to research and development. With a degree in computer science, you can opt to join the variety of fields including programming, system analyst, graphic designer, network administrator, etc.

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Re: Career in Computer Science [Re: musheer] #541531 08/07/09 06:27 AM
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careers in computer science nowadays especially in canada are not in demand..

Re: Career in Computer Science [Re: likelingerie] #542105 08/11/09 05:01 AM
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Computer science was used to be a great career in early 80s and 90s. You can make ok money with the career now. Well, you can hire several Indian or Chinese workers at low wages. Unless you love working with a computer, become a lawyer or doctor.

Re: Career in Computer Science [Re: Yellow Venus] #550339 09/22/09 07:19 PM
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I don't really agree that careers in computer science are dead. i think they are alive and kicking. What's changed is the stuff you do. Back in the 80s and 90s, companies would hire people as programmers. Well, programming can now be outsourced to other countries. But, the organizing and project development aspects of computing are jobs that are still in demand and very lucrative. This just means that you can't just be a computer geek - you must also have people skills and business know how.


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Reading through these forums it would appear that a lot of INTJs are drawn to/engaged in computer related careers. Out of curiosity I was wondering if INTJs pursue careers in Computer Science over MIS (Management Information Systems) or vice versa? Do INTJs find more satisfaction in one career option or the other? Some definitions describing/differentiating the two disciplines have been provided: Computer Science (CS) grew out of the disciplines of mathematics and electrical engineering. It refers to the study of the machine itself and its use as a tool in various disciplines. A professional in CS will know a considerable amount of mathematics which will help in technological applications such as computer networking, image processing, database design and development, and artificial intelligence. A computer scientist focuses on the development of solutions to problems taking into account the limitations of the machine and its resources, as well as how to best utilize the resources. He/she should be able to develop algorithms and data structures that can work within the constraints of available hardware and software to produce an acceptable solution. Most of the development by such people will be done in high level languages , such as C and C++, that can take full advantage of the system hardware and software resources. Management Information Systems (MIS) is the application of information technology to organizational and managerial needs. The strength of a MIS professional lies in his/her ability to apply the knowledge of information systems and technology to help organizations compete more successfully in the marketplace, or to streamline current operations. MIS professionals utilize their business-based backgrounds in working with managers and users to specify technology needs that benefit the organization. In addition, they write programs to codify that technology and later manage it. As such, the MIS professional might develop code for business transaction processing systems, client/server systems or end-user support systems; they might implement such systems in languages as COBOL, C++, Visual Basic or JAVA. MIS graduates also design and administer databases and analyze and implement enterprise-wide solutions to information problems and manage telecommunications efforts. Some MIS graduates implement and manage corporate-wide Intranets. Finally, MIS graduates can also provide project management skills, technical writing or training by melding their knowledge of information technology and business processes. As for the poll, "formal study" shall refer to the acquisition of at least a 4-year/baccalaureate degree in that field. Please note that I turned on the public poll option.

Re: Career in Computer Science [Re: musheer] #558377 10/23/09 09:56 AM
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You should speak to your school counselor or contact someone at a local college or university to see what courses you should take to prepare for a computer science career. [url=http://www.cogswell.edu/program_eng_dae.htm]maya classes[/url]

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Re: Career in Computer Science [Re: ShantanuGaius] #566684 11/24/09 07:10 AM
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yes, you are right friends, this time lot of opportunity in computer. I want to go in web design line...

Thanks for sharing this post. [Re: musheer] #569141 12/05/09 05:29 AM
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