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Monday, June 27, 2016
Hacking is one of the most misconstrued words in computer dictionary with some having glamorous connotation about it while others who view hackers with contempt. Hacking was mainly used in the “good old days” for getting information about systems and IT in general. However, it is now associated with the unauthorized use of computer and network resources.
By definition, hacking is the practice of altering the features of a system, to accomplish a goal which is not in scope of the purpose of its creation. However, hacking has more to it than just altering a code, as it is a high paying career choice with huge reputation for successful hackers.
If you are intent on making IT your career choice, then there are a host of certifications available that you should consider pursuing. These certifications are for various fields in IT like networking, security and hacking, or systems administration and can help launch or enhance your career.
At the end of the day, everything depends on the $$$ you aspire to earn by opting for a career in IT. With that in mind, this article lists the top seven highest-paying IT certifications, what each job pays, and what the work entails.
The list has been prepared based on the salary data by Global Knowledge, a learning services and professional development solutions provider. You can zero down on the certification program you like and visit Global Knowledge website for more details.
The technology industry is widely considered as one of the best-paying industry world over, as there is an exceptional demand for people with technical skills. However, not all skillsets are treated equally.
Recently, U.S. based StackFlow, one of the world’s largest online community for programmers, released 2016 Developer Hiring Landscape. The annual developer survey that received over 50,000 responses from 173 countries looked across industry segments ranging from software development and web services to more traditional sectors like manufacturing, defense, automotive, and aerospace to find out most desirable job titles in the technology industry.
Tuesday, June 21, 2016
Hello Friends, Some say prodigies are born. Yes! it’s true. They are born to surprise the world with the achievements that have never been attempted or broken before. Here is the story of Ronil Shah, a 10-year-old student from Ahmedabad, who proved himself to be a child prodigy by scoring 100% in Java exam.
1. ALGOLCreated in 1958, ALGOL stands for Algorithmic Language. This was one of the first attempts made to create a programming language that could be used on different machines.
Today, the use of ALGOL is minimal but the roots of many major programming languages could be traced back to it.