Working in the software industry means that you’ll most likely be working with teams. You’ll be part of a team that needs to perform a certain task, depending on your role. A good way to improve at work is to help out your team, and to become a better “team player”.
Are you currently in a software developer or programmer role, and looking to become a business analyst? I’ve done this with my career, and have also seen others do it as well. I’ve listed out some tips in this article that should help.
There’s a lot of career advice out there for all kinds of professions, including those of us who work in IT. I’ve found a great list of career tips, and I thought I’d share what my favourite pieces of advice are from it.
Are you thinking about getting a certification, but you’d like your employer to pay for it? They don’t always do this automatically. Here’s a few tips on how to convince your employer to pay for your certification.
Sometimes you’ll get asked about your long term career goals. How do you come up with them? I’ve shared some examples of long term career goals in this article that can help you decide on your own goals.
Are you interested in getting an ITIL certification? They are quite useful certifications to have and can be applied to several job roles in the IT industry. Learn more about the ITIL certification path in this article.
Writing a requirement analysis document is something you might need to do as part of your job. Depending on your role in the project, you have different parts to play in preparing this document. Learn a few tips on how to write a requirement analysis document in this post.