I am doing a software engineering diploma and as of now I have already done IT Fundamentals,Programming Logic and Technique(flow-charts),C# Programming Language,VC#,T-SQL(Microsoft SQL Server 2005),Data Structures And Algorithms,XML,Java Programming Language along with AWT and JDBC,ADO.NET,Unified Modeling Language,Intel VTunes as part of my course and currently I am doing ASP.NET and J2ME. Since I have been taught a vast array of technologies and tools I want to streamline the process-The first thing I need to ask is do I need to know multiple programming languages to land up in a good job or should I get expertise in one and concentrate more on the logical part,secondly out of the list that I have written down what all should I look into again specifically so that I can get a good job,my intern interview is in December,please help me out.
I don't have a degree myself yet (I start college the 20th. My major is Information Technology :D) But I am at an internship in an IT Department. Only one of my colleagues know any programming language. And he rarely uses those abilities. The only IT job you would probably have to know multiple programming languages for is probably a software engineering job or something similar. I am sure though that knowing at least one programming language will help you get an IT job even if software engineering isn't in the description. It enables you to make small utilities to make your and your user's jobs easier or instead of buying a small utility/program that the company would use you may be able to make it yourself for free.
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