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Evening Program (FSIT) / Re: Career in mobile application development
« on: March 08, 2019, 11:44:51 PM »

Evening Program (FSIT) / Web developing
« on: September 22, 2018, 10:40:01 PM »
A web developer is a programmer who specializes in, or is specifically engaged in, the development of World Wide Web applications, or applications that are run over HTTP from a web server to a web browser.
 Web developers build and shape a visitor’s experience at a website. They do this through the creation of page layouts (headings and paragraphs), website styling (colors and fonts), and page features (animations and pictures). Web developers work closely with project managers and designers to ensure the final product adheres to the predetermined budget, scope, and design. While a Bachelor’s Degree in computer science is not required for many positions, numerous years of hands-on experience coding both websites and web applications is strongly desired. Thus anyone can learn it  and become one. They can earn a good amount through this. Anyone who knows web developing can earn through online jobs also. The demand of web developers are increasing day by day as the world is more relying on internet.. Through the use of code, such as HTML or JavaScript, web developers bring a website or web application to life.
Education and Training: Education requirements can vary anywhere from a high school degree to a bachelor's degree, and are dependent upon the job and employer requirements. However, a bachelor's degree is typically required for advancement to a project manager role or for back-end development positions.
Web Developer Skills:
   Actively Seek New Programming Knowledge
   Build Products Using HTML/CSS/JS and Other Front-End Technologies
   Code and Deploy Applications in a Cross-Platform, Cross-Browser Environment
   Document Project Build and Maintenance
   Experience Building User Interfaces and Prototypes from Wireframes and Designs
   Familiar with Development and Debugging Tools for Cross-Browser Issues
   Follow and Implement Industry Accepted Best Practices and Tools
   Solid Understanding of Object-Oriented Programming (OOP)
   Update Current Websites to Meet Modern Web Standards
   Write and Maintain Web Applications
Ways to  Work as Freelance Web Developer-
   At first one has to learn Skills Required for Web Developer.
   One has to find freelance web development work to start web developing.
Now-a- days the demand of web developers are increasing.  So young generation can easily grab the opportunities regarding this sector. This sector is helping a lot to remove unemployment problem in our society. Even one can work from their home in this sector. So this is much reliable and time saver.

Evening Program (FSIT) / Computer Networking
« on: September 21, 2018, 09:24:19 PM »
Networking is an important career development skill that is worth developing. Computer networking is an engineering discipline that aims to study and analyze the communication process among various computing devices or computer systems that are linked, or networked, together to exchange information and share resources.
Before deciding on a career in computer networking, we might consider whether we have the personal characteristics that would benefit us in this line of work. Problem-solving is by far the No. 1 activity for computer networking specialists, and the ability to solve problems quickly and creatively is essential.
Education options for computer networking professionals range from associate's degrees with certifications, to master's degrees for some positions. Webmasters and telecommunications specialists are examples of computer networking professionals for whom associate's degrees in computer science, combined with professional experience, are all that's required. However, for more advanced jobs, bachelor's degrees are recommended.
Here are some basic tasks for which a network administrator may be responsible:
   Setting up and configuring network hardware and software
   Installing and configuring network media and connections
   Connecting user nodes and peripherals of all kinds to the network
   Adding users to and removing users from the network
   Managing user accounts, such as passwords, storage space, and file-access privileges
   Creating and maintaining a system for backing up data and program files
   Ensuring the security of the network
   Managing the organization's e-mail system
   Managing users' ability to access the Internet via the network
   Training users to utilize the network's resources


Evening Program (FSIT) / Ways to learn C programing in a faster way
« on: September 17, 2018, 11:11:50 PM »
C is one of the most easy to learn languages of all. It has 30 primitives it is easy and the syntax graph does fit on a single piece of paper, which was provided with the pre ANSI editions of the Kernighan & Richie. Here are seven tips on how to learn programming faster-

1.  First of all we should learn by doing. Always we should try to  play with the code while learning.
 2. We should try to grasp the fundamentals for long-term benefits.
3. We have to code by hand. It sharpens proficiency and you’ll need it to get a job.
4. It is good to ask for help if needed.
5. We can seek out more online resources. There’s a wealth of content.
6. It’s a bad habit to read the sample code.
7. We should take breaks when debugging.
Here are a thousand different ways to learn to code. Some people pick up programming extremely quickly, while others take longer. One person might quickly grasp concepts that another finds difficult, while another might struggle with something that one  think is easy. Our journey might not be linear. We may take breaks, get side-tracked, or have doubts. We might learn to code, then forget, then learn it all over again.

Evening Program (FSIT) / Re: Career in mobile application development
« on: September 17, 2018, 11:01:46 PM »

Evening Program (FSIT) / Career in mobile application development
« on: September 08, 2018, 03:45:37 PM »

Mobile application development now -a -days has become the most demandable job. It’s one of the fastest growing IT career path. Mobile Application Developers create software for mobile devices. The latest mobile devices and applications are changing the way we communicate, do business, and access news and entertainment. Businesses, consumers and programmers have embraced this innovative medium. Mobile developers write programs inside of a mobile development environment using the Objective C, C++, C# or Java programming languages. A mobile app developer chooses the operating system (a.k.a. mobile platform) they will develop for, such as Google's Android or Apple's iOS, then learns the programming languages and software development environment for that platform.
Educational Qualification: The required educational qualification is a Bsc degree either in Computer science and Engineering or in Software Engineering. But if anyone wants to become one who doesn’t have these degrees can learn it from various websites .
   Mobile Application Developer Skills & Responsibilities
   Mobile application developers know programing languages such as Java, Objective-C and C++.
   Mobile application developers code, test, debug, monitor and document changes for mobile applications.
   Mobile application developers know the terminology, concepts, and best practices for coding mobile applications.
   Mobile application developers migrate and adapt existing web applications to the leading mobile platforms.
   Mobile application developers are good at recommending  changes and enhancements to existing mobile applications as the demands are changing in a short span of time.

     Ways of becoming one-
   Must learn coding and required programing languages.
   Using app builders.
   Listen to users as in what are their demands.
   Practicing more and more.

 Welcome  :)


Use of computer on regular basis in our life is very important. Technically in daily life computer is used to convert raw facts and data into meaningful information and knowledge.It has become a part and parcel of our daily life. Computer science is explored and challenged by humans daily. Computers are used in almost every aspect of life: automobile engines, microwave ovens, video games, watches, telephones, laptop computers, medical diagnostic equipment, commercial aircraft, and orbital satellites that deliver cable signals around the world. Computers have become tools that perform the immediate, but that's not even quick enough. So, while the computer field is one of the fastest growing segments of industry today, it is also one of the fastest changing areas technologically. Graduates with degrees in computer science or computer engineering might find themselves in a variety of environments - academia, research, industry, government, and private or not-for-profit organizations. On a daily basis, computer professionals are called on to analyze challenges, formulate and test solutions, use advanced communications or multimedia equipment, or work in teams for product development. The opportunities are enormous. However, an education in computer science and engineering does not stop with a college degree. It continues on the job or in the graduate school environment through seminars, conferences, advanced courses, and training. New ideas are developed every day. Success will require an ongoing commitment to maintaining up-to-date knowledge as well as a dedication to push beyond the comfortable, to explore, innovate, and create. Here's a partial list of career opportunities for computer science and engineering graduates:
   Artificial Intelligence
   The development of computers that simulate human learning and reasoning ability.
   Computer Design and Engineering
   The design and manufacture of new computer circuits, microchips, and other key electronic components
   Computer Architecture
   The design of new computer instruction sets, working to combine optical or electronic components to create faster, more cost-effective computing environments.
   Information Technology
   The development and/or management of information systems that support industry, which can involve hardware, software, algorithms, databases, and man-machine interfaces.
   Software Engineering
   Computer Theory
   The study of fundamental theories of how computers solve problems and eventual application of those findings to other areas of computer science and engineering.
   Operating Systems and Networks
   Database management
   Mobile Application development
   Web development
   Object oriented programmer
   SEO specialist
   It trainer
   Network Engineer
   Social Media manager
   Web content manager
   Web designer
   IT consultant
   Game developer
   System analyst etc.

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