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1. Using Prototypes To Get Your Ideas Across
A picture is worth a thousand words but especially in IT related projects. On your next project use prototypes or mockups to communicate your ideas and thoughts. A pencil and pad of paper can help you speed up approvals and designs. Take a simple idea and make it work for you.
2. Becoming A Marketing Technologist and CMTO
Marketing technology was the missing link between Marketing and IT. It's missing no longer as companies realize digital marketing is here to stay and they have to learn how best to use it. That's the job of a Chief Marketing Technology Officer or a marketing technologist. Do you fit the bill?
3. Most In Demand Tech Jobs In The World
Computer jobs are hot and competitive. Many doors will open to those with the right skills but what skills would those be? Check out the list of the jobs most sought after according to LinkedIn. There is no better time to join the digital workforce!
4. What Is Cloud Computing
What's the big deal about cloud computing? What is it and why is it important? Who needs it? It's hot but it's not trendy. New challenging jobs in the field are being created everyday. Read about the pros and cons of the Cloud.
5. Digital Marketers Are Online, Relevant and Social
Digital marketing is global marketing 24/7 on the web, the phone, print, radio and TV. It means finding results while sifting through enough data to fill a boat. It's for the entrepreneurial and the creative with deep data skills. Is it the career for you?
6. Data Analysts Predict The Future
Do you like looking for clues and figuring out what they mean? Do you guess the ending of a movie halfway through? If you have a logical mind and a talent for seeing trends and patterns, then you may want to look into data analysis as a future career.
7. Rise to the Challenge of Computer Forensics
Be the Holmes or Marple of the modern age. Computer forensics is a challenging and stimulating career that will test your knowledge and deductive reasoning. Digital forensics is the identification, collection and analysis of digital material and resources which can be used as valid evidence in court
8. Rapid Learning With Nanodegrees
Specialized skill certificates or nano degrees developed by Google, Facebook, Amazon and other tech companies are hot! What are they? Are they right for you? The courses are short and intense with rigorous project reviews but they can give you an advantage.
9. Joan Clarke - Enigmatic Wartime Codebreaker
Wars are not won by arms and bullets alone. Information gathering and counter-intelligence are the most subtle of weapons yet can be devastating in the right hands. Joan Clarke was a codebreaker who worked on decoding the naval Enigma code. She helped shorten the war and save millions of lives.
10. Technical Writing Makes Information Easy To Digest
If you're reading a user guide, you're reading something created by a technical writer. It's a specialized kind of writing that simplifies the complex. It's organizing information in ways that a non-technical user can understand. It's a career in the middle of a transformation.
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