Getting started in the IT industry can be pretty hard. You’ve graduated from college or university, got some good marks, and now you’re starting out in the world of software.
It doesn’t matter what kind of role you’re getting in to. Software development, software testing, business analysis, database development, application support. Working in these fields is a big change from studying them at college, and there’s a lot to know about the IT industry if you want to get ahead in your career.
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I’ve been in the software industry for some time, and have learnt a couple of things, but I’ve made a few mistakes too. I’d like to share these lessons and tips on this site, so that you don’t make the same mistakes.
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