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  • Careers in Computers, Third Editionby Lila Stair; Leslie Stair

    McGraw-Hill Education 2002; US$ 19.95

    Expert guidance on exploring and choosing a career in computers Ideal if you are a college-bound student or are thinking about making a career change, Careers in Computers offers necessary information needed to explore the profession and then narrow it down to a job that suits you. It details the responsibilities, education and training required,... more...

  • Great Jobs for Computer Science Majors 2nd Ed.by Jan Goldberg

    McGraw-Hill Education 2002; US$ 14.95

    Answers the question, "What can I do with a major in . . . ?" Students can explore their career options within their field of study using the Great Jobs series as their guide. From assessing individual talents and skills to taking the necessary steps to land a job, every aspect of identifying and getting started in a career choice is covered.... more...

  • The IT Manager's Survival Guideby Rob Aalders; Peter Hind

    Wiley 2003; US$ 90.00

    Accessible, refreshingly candid, but above all helpful, this pragmatic guide addresses a real need by dealing with the problems that face the new IT manager. By providing a number of practical recommendations and approaches including how to make the transition from technical professional to manager and dealing with people, to giving advice and guidance... more...

  • Selling Your IT Businessby Robert J. Chalfin

    Wiley 2013; US$ 70.00

    "For close to twenty years I have observed Mr. Chalfin helping owners, business advisors, and students get a grip on the slippery issues of selling a business. This book is a valuable distillation of his expertise. " --Ian MacMillan, Dhirubhai Ambani Professor of Innovation and Entrepreneurship The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania "Bob... more...

  • Top 100 Computer and Technical Careersby Farr

    JIST Publishing 2006; US$ 17.95

    Jobs requiring computer and technical skills continue to grow. Explore 100 careers focused on computers and other technologies, assess which ones match your skills, and get the job you want quickly with this authoritative resource. In one time-saving volume, job seekers and students find everything they need to research careers; learn about pay, outlook,... more...

  • The IT Career Builder's Toolkitby Matthew Moran

    Pearson Education 2004; US$ 38.95

    Your complete guide to building your information technology career in any economy   The IT Career Builder?s Toolkit  features market-focused skills and proven methods you can use to jump-start and advance your career. While other books cover just the mechanics of preparing your résumé, writing a cover letter, and interviewing, this book provides... more...

  • The Career Programmerby Christopher Duncan

    Apress 2006; US$ 27.99

    The Career Programmer explains how you can work within the existing system to solve deadline problems and regain control of the development process. The author provides proven, practical, and hands-on solutions designed to work even when confronted with the political and chaotic realities of the business environment. Issues are addressed from the... more...

  • Micro-ISVby Robert Walsh

    Apress 2006; US$ 20.99

    Micro-ISV: From Vision to Reality explains what works and why, in today?s emerging micro-ISV sector. Micro Independent Software Vendors (micro-ISVs) have become both a major source of applications, and a realistic career alternative for IT professionals. Today there are thousands of programmers building and delivering great solutions to problems worldwide,... more...

  • Smart and Gets Things Doneby Avram Joel Spolsky

    Apress 2007; US$ 11.89

    A "good" programmer can outproduce five, ten, and sometimes more run-of-the-mill programmers. The secret to success for any software company then is to hire the good programmers. But how to do that? In Joel on Hiring, Joel Spolsky draws from his experience both at Microsoft and running his own successful software company based in New York City. He... more...

  • The Nomadic Developerby Aaron Erickson

    Pearson Education 2009; US$ 35.99

    Learn the Real Secrets of Succeeding as a Software or IT Consultant in Any Economic Climate!   Despite economic cycles, the idea of using technology to make a company more efficient and competitive?or perhaps even reach a new market? is appealing to all but the most desperate and cash-starved companies. More and more often, those companies... more...