What programming/computer science skills are employers looking for? I want to increase my chances in getting a job.
I have to answer that learning how to google is ranked highly here. For example https://www.google.com/search?q=usa+programming+jobs+what+language+and+skills finds articles that seem to answer what language and skills are required. What I often find that right out of college some never learned to research with google and are asking basic questions that … Read More
Whenever I am asked, "what language should I learn first", my answer is always, "English". Being able to communicate effectively is going to be your biggest asset. For example, your thread had the extremely uninformative title of "need help". As an effective communicator you should have taken the time to … Read More
From your other thread, you've just finished CS. Welcome to Daniweb BTW. You leave scant info on your interests. You mention programming - but in which field? Software? Web? etc. Help us to help you - but your first step is to research for yourself and give us something to … Read More
I would start by contributing to some open source projects on Github. Also, reply to questions asked here on DaniWeb, on Stack Overflow, and other tech communities. I know in the past people got jobs as a result of putting on their resume that they are a top poster on … Read More
If you want to get into software development, I can't really help you with what employers are looking for. I live in the world of web development. Either way, I would contribute to different Github projects across a variety of popular languages. It will give you something to add to … Read More