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COM-130 Week 4 Checkpoint My IT career choice is web developer. The article titled outlines the basic course of action for one to take, if interested in a career as a web developer. While in school set the groundwork for this career by completing courses in art, computer science, English, graphics, mathematics, and technology education; this will build solid background information to continue to build upon with further education or training. Personal characteristics and skills of web developers include self motivation, working well under pressure, problem-solving, and time management skills. Good teamwork is necessary to work with other designers, writers, and staff to produce a website for the client’s satisfaction. Web developers can be self taught and many websites offer free training; however, it may require hard work to become established.
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Unformatted text preview: There is no established curriculum for training as a web developer, many Colleges and Universities offer programs in information technology which are geared toward the student’s career goals. These programs teach the skills necessary to understand, navigate, create, and maintain websites. Many Web developers have a bachelor’s degree in computer science or programming. There are currently no degrees or certification required to become a web developer; however, being able to provide a prospective employer with certification may aid in showing off skills or abilities gained. This career is growing as more companies require web developers to create websites to represent their business in the global internet market. References WEB DEVELOPER. (2007, April). Tech Directions , Retrieved July 16, 2009, from Academic Search Complete database....
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