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azim sain
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Sir what are the requirements to be a proffesional programmer and developer and system analyst
Anayonkar Shivalkar
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azim sain wrote:Sir what are the requirements to be a proffesional programmer and developer and system analyst

Welcome to CodeRanch!

Firstly, your question is very generic. These requirements varies according to location, technology, domain, company and other factors. If you are thinking about getting such a job yourself, it would be better if you could provide us some details about your educational qualification, technology you are interested in etc.

Also, I'm not sure about how subject of your post and your doubts are related.


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Anayonkar Shivalkar (SCJP, SCWCD, OCMJD, OCEEJBD)
Deepak Bala
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proffesional programmer and developer and system analyst


They are just titles. Nothing more. I've held all those titles in the past in less than a year and did the same thing


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arulk pillai
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Same here. Basically you take the business requirements, analyse the requirements, come up with the high level and detailed design, and build/develop the system.


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azim sain
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I have interest in languages like c,cpp and j2ee
josh Kennith
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azim sain wrote:I have interest in languages like c,cpp and j2ee


This doesn't mean or indicate you are a professional programmer, developer or system analyst.

azim sain wrote:Sir what are the requirements to be a proffesional programmer and developer and system analyst


This does mean you need to have an interest in the language called 'English'
chris webster
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josh Kennith wrote:This does mean you need to have an interest in the language called 'English'

A little harsh there, Josh. Azim - like many JavaRanchers - is obviously not a native English speaker, so we can cut him some slack and try to be nice. Anyway, at least he didn't post in TXTMSGSPK - that really would be going too far...


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arulk pillai
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pick a main stream programming language http://www.tiobe.com/index.php/content/paperinfo/tpci/index.html

and start learning.
 
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