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 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.
Filling out your performance review can be both an exciting and daunting task. Most of us need to fill it out every year, and it usually contains a section on goals for the upcoming period (usually a year). In this article, I’m sharing some advice that I used when thinking about goals to put on my performance review.
As a programmer, we like it when our code works the first time. This hardly ever happens in reality. Most of the time, it runs well, but doesn’t give the output we expect. This is when we need to do some debugging. Let’s have a look at some debugging tips that can rapidly improve your programming efficiency.
When you start of your IT career, you’re often given one project. At some stage later in your career, whether it’s days, weeks, or months, you’ll be asked to work on more than one project. This takes quite a bit of extra effort for each extra project. I’ve listed some tips on how you can stay effective at your job while working on multiple projects.
If you’re working in the IT industry as a software developer or other kind of software professional, you’ll eventually need to consider how to improve at work. This could be through a performance review, or maybe your boss has asked you if you think you have any areas of improvement at work. In either case, there are a few areas you can consider and see if they apply to you.
It’s almost that time of year. The time when many of us celebrate the end of another calendar year, start winding down some of the work we’re doing, and get ready for the holiday period. We’re often asked to provide some information about our accomplishments for the year. Here are some tips on writing year end accomplishments.
I recently saw the results of a survey that IT contractors took, for what they missed from working full time. I saw these results, and was very surprised at the results, and actually disagree with them. Let’s take a look at what should be the real reasons IT contractors miss full time work.