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  • Software systems developer Archives
    application software and modifying existing application software to correct errors or optimize operational efficiency Software developers also evaluate user needs and requirements to determine software feasibility 2 Business Intelligence Analyst They usually analyze market trends and strategies by analyzing competitors They also correct data from industry reports purchased sources and public information to produce trend data and business intelligence to support a recommendation for any plan of action 3 Computer Systems Analyst Their role is analyzing various data processing problems so as to improve computer systems and develop system design procedures Easy sharing of information is enhanced by the systems compatibility 4 Computer Systems Engineer Daily duties include developing solutions to complex network concerns and application problems They also provide technical assistance for troubleshooting different computer systems to confirm security and stability of system architecture 5 Web Developer Duties include writing editing and designing web page content They also identify problems that are uncovered by user feedback or testing 6 Network systems administrator Main duties include installing and supporting network systems and examining website functions to ensure performance without any interruptions They also perform disaster recovery and data backup operations 7 Database Administrator Duties include testing and administering computer databases and enhancing security to safeguard information This is also vital for correcting errors and coordinating changes to computer databases 8 Computer programmer They are tasked with creating and testing codes that allow computers to function properly and analyzing user needs so as to develop effective software solutions Besides writing computer programs they can also locate and retrieve data 9 Software quality assurance tester Duties include developing test plans that can help identify software defects and creating a database to track software errors Therefore they must review software documentation to mitigate risks and confirm accuracy 10 Software systems developer Their duties

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  • Web Developer Archives
    software and modifying existing application software to correct errors or optimize operational efficiency Software developers also evaluate user needs and requirements to determine software feasibility 2 Business Intelligence Analyst They usually analyze market trends and strategies by analyzing competitors They also correct data from industry reports purchased sources and public information to produce trend data and business intelligence to support a recommendation for any plan of action 3 Computer Systems Analyst Their role is analyzing various data processing problems so as to improve computer systems and develop system design procedures Easy sharing of information is enhanced by the systems compatibility 4 Computer Systems Engineer Daily duties include developing solutions to complex network concerns and application problems They also provide technical assistance for troubleshooting different computer systems to confirm security and stability of system architecture 5 Web Developer Duties include writing editing and designing web page content They also identify problems that are uncovered by user feedback or testing 6 Network systems administrator Main duties include installing and supporting network systems and examining website functions to ensure performance without any interruptions They also perform disaster recovery and data backup operations 7 Database Administrator Duties include testing and administering computer databases and enhancing security to safeguard information This is also vital for correcting errors and coordinating changes to computer databases 8 Computer programmer They are tasked with creating and testing codes that allow computers to function properly and analyzing user needs so as to develop effective software solutions Besides writing computer programs they can also locate and retrieve data 9 Software quality assurance tester Duties include developing test plans that can help identify software defects and creating a database to track software errors Therefore they must review software documentation to mitigate risks and confirm accuracy 10 Software systems developer Their duties mainly

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  • Privacy Policy
    provider such as AOL or Shaw Cable the browser you used to visit our site such as Internet Explorer or Firefox the time you visited our site and which pages you visited throughout our site Cookies and Web Beacons We do use cookies to store information such as your personal preferences when you visit our site This could include only showing you a popup once in your visit or the ability to login to some of our features such as forums DoubleClick DART cookies We also may use DART cookies for ad serving through Googles DoubleClick which places a cookie on your computer when you are browsing the web and visit a site using DoubleClick advertising including some Google AdSense advertisements This cookie is used to serve ads specific to you and your interests interest based targeting The ads served will be targeted based on your previous browsing history For example if you have been viewing sites about visiting Las Vegas you may see Las Vegas hotel advertisements when viewing a non related site such as on a site about hockey DART uses non personally identifiable information It does NOT track personal information about you such as your name email address physical address telephone number social security numbers bank account numbers or credit card numbers You can opt out of this ad serving on all sites using this advertising by visiting You can choose to disable or selectively turn off our cookies or third party cookies in your browser settings or by managing preferences in programs such as Norton Internet Security However this can affect how you are able to interact with our site as well as other websites This could include the inability to login to services or programs such as logging into forums or accounts If you wish

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  • Computer History: Going Down Memory Lane
    They used relays and vacuum tubes The 1930s differential analyzer used mechanical internals however it utilized electric motors as a source of power One fascinating point about these devices is that they were either digital or analog including the Complex Number Calculator which was intelligently developed by George Stibitz The 1940s The era of electronic computers These form the third bunch of machines in computer history The electronic computers came about when World War II was at its peak Their main objective was to decrypt codes used by Germans during the war It used paper tape and vacuum tubes It was also able to perform some basic logical functions such as yes no and true false The Colossus and the Baby were some of the computers in this age They were the first to use Random Access Memory and other features including punch cards patch cables as well as switches The 1950s Commercial computers In the previous years of computer history the early computers only concentrated on solving mathematical scientific and defense problems The commercial computers optimized business operations such as accounting and banking UNIVAC was the first commercial computer produced in the USA Still in the same era IBM computers were developed The mid 1950s Transistor Computers In this stage vacuum tubes gave way to transistors At the same time the computers became smaller They also used less power were quieter and produced less heat The 1960s The microprocessor and microchip The development of the microchip is among the most important advancements in computer technology The microchip further reduced the size of the computer making it useful both in businesses and in homes The 1970s to 1990s Personal computers Personal computers were first developed in the 80s all the way to the 90s when the first notebooks start production

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