Campbell Ritchie wrote:That may be what you have to do if you have to maintain your day job.
a few days ago, ICampbell Ritchie wrote:. . . We get many people taking degrees part‑time where I am. . . .
Les Morgan wrote:A college degree in Computer Science.
I've had "web developers" that decided to become "real programmers", do yourself and your future coworkers a BIG favor and get a degree and do it right.
Sunil Chandurkar wrote:I have a similar question. I am an experienced PHP Web Developer. I know Core Java, JSP, and Servlets. What more do I need to learn to become a Java Web Developer. From what I have read online, people suggest I should learn Hibernate, Spring, and of course JUnit. Is JSF necessary too?
Originally posted by Shilpa Roy:
In terms of high salaries which country among the following is the best for technologists working in investment banks?
USA / UK / Australia / Canada / Singapore