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guidance regarding career in software

jagadeesh babu koppisetti

Joined: Feb 13, 2012
Posts: 1
hi friends
please reply for this question with some suggestions
Actually i am a non computer science student at graduate level
but very lately i recognized this s/w industry and some how seven years after my graduation(B.Sc) i started my mca and successfully with 70% through distance education.
now i am working as a mathematics faculty at +2 level. I could learn java language properly upto web and orm framework softwares so please guide me the way to enter into the software industry.
Jeanne Boyarsky
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Joined: May 26, 2003
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Welcome to CodeRanch! What is your undergraduate/graduate degree in? I'm guessing math, but it could be something else.

When looking for a job, target an industry that you can use both your math (or whatever your degree is in) skills and programming skills. For example, programming for an insurance company. That way your ability to pick up to business differentiates you from all the computer science graudates. Beyond that, same advice as any grad - learn a lot, try to get an internship/etc.

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