What are the software skills in demand?

[Off-topic & not just related to programming] Skills to survive in Software/IT,Jobs doesn't require coding,project ideas & many more 👇

10/8/2019 2:13:33 PM

Nilavazhagan Ramakrishnan

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Nilavazhagan Ramakrishnan Thanks for the valuable information you wrote 👏👏❤🌹 it's really wonderful and very helpful to me🌹😊 Thank you so much A J I L for sharing 😍❤🌸


Language wise: JS, Java and Python I believe are the top three.


Software projects and skills in need? Let everyone share their opinion on 1. "how softwares being a escalator to modern life" 2.software/applications in need to build 3.technologies that made people lazy,losing jobs 4.skills to survive & your experiences at all😃 1 & 2 are actual questions 3 tells actual reality 4 for people intended to get actual jobs and follow their passion (Everyone can learn from each other's experience)😍✨🌟🙌 Let me answer myself.. Software projects in need 1.Cloud Computing,Data Storage 2.Network 3.Security.. Traditional projects like Ticket reservation system are done widely from a long time Just sharing this one.. https://www.softwaretestinghelp.com/software-development-tools/amp/ Have a look at this Beginners/Intermediate to make their own projects👇 https://www.elprocus.com/top-software-engineering-projects-for-it-and-cse-students-in-2014/ For "Information Technology" field👇 https://www.elprocus.com/introduction-to-information-technology-and-top-it-projects-list/


As I have been working in IT field for 2 years now , I do feel that I should have learned a few things before hand 1. Git 2. SQL (basic to advanced like stored procedures,views,query optimisation, sql parameters )


For Beginners/Students with no/limitted experience👇 https://electronicsforu.com/electronics-projects/software-projects-ideas/computer-engineering-projects-ideas https://www.codementor.io/npostolovski/40-side-project-ideas-for-software-engineers-g8xckyxef If anyone want to get a job at their favorite doamin,you could start your career by contributing to an opensource.. Here's how👇 https://opensource.guide/how-to-contribute/ Skills to survive in IT sector👇 https://m.economictimes.com/wealth/earn/working-in-it-sector-heres-how-to-survive-the-lay-offs/amp_articleshow/58761017.cms Careers that doesn't need coding skills😃👇 https://www.thebalancecareers.com/coding-free-tech-careers-2071300 Software skills in demand😃 finally i've found it😍👇 https://www.investopedia.com/financial-edge/1112/8-software-skills-currently-in-demand.aspx


I think this is better off as a code than a question because, you know how you must only ask questions and stuff. Please consider my suggestion. I'll bookmark for future reference.


According to Apres https://apresgroup.com/demand-software-skills-every-industry/


Python is not suitable for complex applications,because it is slow than Java.. But Python's great feat comes at "Data science,Machine Learning" & ultimately the 'Future" Artficial Intelligence😃


Java is the paradise of Computer Science.. Maybe the only language in every field originated from Computer(software,network,database,AI & many) followed by C++


C is still top at #2,next only to Java 😳😃 https://interestingengineering.com/top-10-programming-languages-for-engineers