Careers in E-commerce Software Development

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The Rosen Publishing Group, 2001 - Computers - 64 pages
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This unique, twelve-book series provides some of the most cutting-edge information about technology and Internet careers available today. Designed in a readable and dynamic format, this series is a must-read for high-low audiences interested in learning about the future world of e-commerce and the Internet. Clever, up-to-date language helps young people familiarize themselves with Internet-related terms, while colorful photographs illustrate the people and places that have helped create the new Information Highway. Engaging, modern, and thoroughly useful, The Library of E-Commerce and Internet Careers will inspire anyone searching for a technology or business career.

This comprehensive book about careers in software development explains the differences between systems software, programming languages, and hardware, and explores every avenue young people have to choose from when thinking about computer programming occupations. Major software developers and individuals are also profiled including Microsoft, Shawn Fanning of Napster fame, and James Gosling, who created the computer language Java. The authors also explain the value of an internship, certification, and how to write an effective resume.

 

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Contents

Introduction
7
2 Types of Software Development
15
3 Careers in Software Development
26
For Further Beading
34
Education Training and Getting StartedHD
40
Glossary
54
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About the author (2001)

Jason T. Roff has worn many hats with his extensive experience as a project manager, a software developer and a software architect. Roff's technical talents include expertise in C++, Java, ADO, Visual Basic, SQL Server, and object-oriented design.

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