kenschmidt wrote:I have always considered programmer / software engineer an IT job. IT is a large function encompassing many areas, one of which is development i.e. programming.
livesoft wrote:My company has IT and software folks. Among other things we sell computers. The IT folks set up the computers, install the software, make sure all the libraries are updated, make sure the video drivers are updated, and basically just make sure the darn thing will work when it gets to the customer site because it ain't gonna work out of the box whether it is a Mac or a Dell.
The software folks write the software that the IT guys are gonna install. The software guys follow the diretions of the R&D folks who conceive of the software. The R&D folks help write the software, test it, and complain about the software and IT folks.
And guess who gets to write the manuals for the software and for the software installation? And guess who trains customers on how to use the software? And guess who creates and uploads the YouTube videos on how to use the software?
ourbrooks wrote:Limiting your job search to companies that are in the computer industry and write software for external use is ignoring a large part of the job market.
kenschmidt wrote:If you earn a salary, you are a cost to someone.
1. We certainly do not want to do anything thats not legal. Is it illegal on my wife's part to do volunteering work?
katnok wrote:1. We certainly do not want to do anything thats not legal. Is it illegal on my wife's part to do volunteering work?
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