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.
The first week of your new IT job will take some getting used to. Getting through the first day can be a challenge, but after that it gets easier. You do get more work, but there are a lot of other things that usually happen during the first week on the job. Let’s take a look at what you can expect.
There are many skills that a business analyst needs to be great at their job. In this article, I’ll go over what I think are the top seven skills that allow good business analysts to stand out from the rest.
A project manager is a vital part to a software project. They are responsible for coordinating the team that does the project work, speaking to stakeholders and dealing with issues that arise. There are a few tools that I think are commonly used by project managers. Learning how to use these project manager tools will improve how well you do your work.
Working as a software developer means you probably use many different kinds of tools to do your job. The role will mostly involve you developing code and integrating into an existing system, or developing code for a new system. Let’s take a look at what I think are the top five software developer tools.
The IT industry is a large field, and as a result, it can be hard to stand out from the rest of the people in the industry. There are some things you can do to improve your career, improve the way you do work, and make yourself look better for your company. Have a read of these 50 career tips that IT professionals can use to improve their career.
If you’ve worked on a software development project before, you know about software development deadlines. It always seems like no matter how well a project is planned, there is always a mad rush to meet a deadline at the end. The pressure is almost always on the developers, too. Let’s have a look at how you can handle deadlines in software development projects.
Working as an IT professional has some common traits to other jobs. We come to work, we carry out the tasks we need to do, and we go home. As we’re in the IT industry though, we know a little more than the average person about information technology and the benefits it can bring to a company. How about benefits to an individual? Can it help us do our jobs better? Let’s take a look at a few ways we can improve our own efficiency as an IT professional.