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Hi guys, just wondering if anyone of you knows this subjects, what field belong this, on which Degree can i be teached about this, which percent of this you handle and use in your work?

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no, no one has ever used any of these tools or methods
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What is even the question? Each one of those individual things seems to be something you can dedicate a lifetime to, you can't just throw money at a uni and know every single thing about IT an development.

Also, if you wanna go to into IT or Development, my advice is don't go to uni etc. it'll cost you everything you have and it'll be outdated before you even begin, get actual experience.
Edited by Bearybear - 3/30/14 at 10:04pm
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Looking through that list, I know a fair bit about many of them. Jesus what have I done with my life!
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Yeah.... you have frameworks, specific applications, hardware, packages, databases, languages mixed in there. There is no discernible structure or intent to the lists.


A degree in Computer Science will get you on the path of understanding. However, you really need to do hands on work to grasp everything there.

You can learn the basics of all those technologies in probably 10-20 years of work experience. However, it is unlikely you will find any job that covers all of those.... if you do, jump ship because the "kitchen sink" approach is a red flag to a mismanaged shop....

I know about 1/3 of those topics.... but I'm more of a back-end developer.
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What is even the question? Each one of those individual things seems to be something you can dedicate a lifetime to, you can't just throw money at a uni and know every single thing about IT an development.

Also, if you wanna go to into IT or Development, my advice is don't go to uni etc. it'll cost you everything you have and it'll be outdated before you even begin, get actual experience.
you have a point there. But then what is the entire point of having a bachelor degree tongue.gif
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As many have already said, you're focusing too much on individual components.

That said, if you're going to a 4-year no matter what, I would say a Computer Science degree will be a great base to understanding how many components of programming and IT infrastructure operate.

The best way to understand how something works, is understanding why it works. Work to understand the core concepts and the specifics will fall into place.
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Yeah.... you have frameworks, specific applications, hardware, packages, databases, languages mixed in there. There is no discernible structure or intent to the lists.


A degree in Computer Science will get you on the path of understanding. However, you really need to do hands on work to grasp everything there.

You can learn the basics of all those technologies in probably 10-20 years of work experience. However, it is unlikely you will find any job that covers all of those.... if you do, jump ship because the "kitchen sink" approach is a red flag to a mismanaged shop....

I know about 1/3 of those topics.... but I'm more of a back-end developer.
This is only a list i did making an study of job market requirement where i live, just wanted to know how to adress this field in the begining. So you can encompass all this subject into the IT field, correct? What subjects should i start studing if i haven't experience in anything?
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There's a really weird mix of hardware, application and programming skills there. Plus a fair few things which overlap other things and at least a dozen technologies which are out of date. How did you compile that list?

As others have said, many of those things listed could see you a decent profession on their own. Even if you have one of the most varied careers in IT, you'd only use -at the absolute most- half of the things on that list; there's no way you'd need all of them.

In my opinion you'd be better off focusing your attention on fewer skills but getting good at them rather than being the jack of all trades. Then once those skills are up to a reasonable standard; you'll find you can transfer some of that knowledge onto other technologies (this is particularly true for programming; but it's also the case with learning virtualisation solutions, databases, and a few other fields you've included in your list).
Edited by Plan9 - 3/31/14 at 1:44am
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This is only a list i did making an study of job market requirement where i live, just wanted to know how to adress this field in the begining. So you can encompass all this subject into the IT field, correct? What subjects should i start studing if i haven't experience in anything?

IT is a massive subject. It's like saying you want to be a sportsman without telling us with sports you like to play. The question you need to ask yourself is what stuff do you enjoy doing on computers (aside gaming laugher.gif).
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