This is the final in my series comparing what happens in Basic Training then coming out to experience the real world, to the experience of becoming an Information Technology professional. First, I spoke about the Uniform. Next, I wrote about the Decorum. Now I get to write about the Weapons.
Last time I started a series of articles that compares going through the Basic Training experience and then coming out into the Real World, with the experience of becoming an Information Technology professional. Last time I spoke about the uniform. Today I'm going to speak about the Decorum.
It seems like whenever it comes to budgets, IT gets the short end of the stick. Marketing departments are important, and I don't begrudge them the nice offsite trainings and meetings. Business should be rewarded for keeping the customers and clients happy. However, neither of these departments would be able to do what they do, as well as they currently do it, without IT.
Not all Data Integration Professionals take the same career path. In the department of future and career planning, today's article is about the career path a data integration professional might take in his life.
Earlier I wrote an article about improving your resume. I'm no expert, just a person who spent a lot of time last year searching for a new job, and now am allowed to screen resumes for a new position on our team. The next step in the process of filling the position at work, is to interview applicants.