Skills that pay the bills for software developers (Ep. 460)
In this sponsored episode, we chat with Mike Hendrickson, VP of Tech and Dev Products at Skillsoft, about his organization’s latest research into the skillsets that lead to highly compensated roles. Mike breaks down the hard and soft skills associated with landing a role as an security architect, enterprise cloud architect, and data scientist/architect.
If you want to dive deeper on lucrative skills, you can read a blog post Mike wrote for us last month or dig into Skillsoft’s research report.
If you want to learn more about Mike’s background and career, check out his LinkedIn.
Mike was previously on the blog and podcast discussing Skillsoft research about the certifications that are most in demand for top paying roles. You can read up on that and listen to his earlier interview here.
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It is the limitation of programming languages stuck with dot-Matrix equipment. But, lately, graphical like OpenCV, Python, etc, could handle more identification works instead of only finger prints or retina……. while still facing speed and retrieval barrier to identify coins, credit cards from which countries and modified truck’s numbers by daily VCR hdd.
Am a young guy who has interest in tech please how do I start my journey
Ctrl C, Ctrl V.
I would recommend freeCodeCamp. That’s what I’ve started with in 2016. Now is really solid and still 100% free. Good luck.
You know how to browse the internet. If you are familiar with the basic concepts of coding try setting really small goals for coding with python, whatch playlists if tutoriels. If not and you would like to code start with scratch, and watch tutoriels. If you don’t want to code watch tutorials on what you are interested in. Right now you need to get bulk knowledge, which you get from tutorials, as boring as they may be.
Computer Trade is Defense Contractors in these days , more than covid-19’s and World TradeCenter.
I like it we as programmers we face so many challenges due to our under development countries like me I have a challenge of a wifii mostly and to pay my bills
Hi everyone, I’m going to get job in soft.dev. in near future. I started to learn last year in the end of summer. HTML, CSS and JS are the points I spend all my time to improve my skills. But I am alone on my way and I know that is much better to have a learn partner.
So, if someone is interested in contact me.
I am with you.
You can do it alone. You will not be alone anymore once you have your first Junior role.
Then someone will shadow you and there is where you are going to truly learn programming, by dealing with real life projects and problems.
Meantime work alone on a portfolio and get to land your first job.
Wishing you all the best.