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  • Author:
    Mary E. S. Morris,Paul Massie
  • ISBN:
    0137488726
  • ISBN13:
    978-0137488728
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  • Publisher:
    Prentice Hall Ptr (November 1, 1997)
  • Pages:
    352 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Job Hunting & Careers
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As a 3rd year student interested in the computer field, I found this book extremely helpful in identifing which classes to enroll in and how to educate myself to be more competitive in the modern work world.

As a 3rd year student interested in the computer field, I found this book extremely helpful in identifing which classes to enroll in and how to educate myself to be more competitive in the modern work world. It is nice to hear from leaders in the technology field giving advice to students on how to better educate themselves. I would recommend this book to any student who is interested in a "cybercareer.

Cybercareers (Sun Microsystems Press). 0137488726 (ISBN13: 9780137488728).

The first authoritative, up-to-date guide to Internet careers invaluable for. Cybercareers (Sun Microsystems Press).

Internet experts Morris and Massie provide the kind of real-world guidance, hard-to-find information, and practical advice you simply won"t find anywhere else. Discover the skills you need to really compete for the most sought-after jobs in cyberspace. Learn how to plan for maximum success and how to plot a challenging and rewarding career path.

Mary Morris (born May 14, 1947 in Chicago) is an American author and a professor at Sarah Lawrence College. Morris published her first book, a collection of short stories, entitled Vanishing Animals & Other Stories, in 1979 at the age of thirty-two and was awarded the Rome Prize in Literature by the American Academy and Institute of Arts and Letters. She has gone on to publish numerous collections of short stories, novels, and travel memoirs.

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A recognized Internet and knowledge industry expert gives an exhaustive overview of a multitude of Internet careers and their job "requirements." The book features a dynamically updated Web site containing all of the latest information on certification courses, hiring trends, career and workplace issues, and pointers to other info sources.

Dilkree
As a 3rd year student interested in the computer field, I found this book extremely helpful in identifing which classes to enroll in and how to educate myself to be more competitive in the modern work world. It is nice to hear from leaders in the technology field giving advice to students on how to better educate themselves. I would recommend this book to any student who is interested in a "cybercareer."
The book was easy to read and the little notes they posted out to the side to offset certain important points were helpfull and easy to follow. It was much similar to a textbook in that students can use the index and read only the chapters or topics that apply to them. While technology is changing and some topics in this book will become out-of-date, there are still some good fundamentals to be gleaned from this book.
Goldcrusher
I agree with the reviewer who said this book does not meet expectations.
I had hoped for a book that would help me manage my technology career and what I found was a book aimed at people who knew nothing about computers and introduced them to topics in Computer Science.
That's fine for students but not for professionals who need to know how much training is enough, where to get it, and how to manage their careers at their companies, or as independent consultants.
Phenade
The options are seemingly limitless: hardware support, programming, software design, new media, network administration, and internet marketing. How can you sort all of this out?
I knew I wanted to do something with computers, but that in my 3 or 4 programming courses, found that I didn't really like programming. What else is there? How do you qualify to be a webmaster? What skills do you need and where do you get them? This book tells you.
It's especially helpful for career switchers and hopeful in its message that the opportunities are out there. Go for it and don't let your past education and experience limit your options in the "cyber" fields. It's a great time to get involved.
There's also a limited, but nice, roundup of acronyms and abbreviations for those who aren't fully up to date.
This book's level might be a little below the most advanced computer folks, but it is also NOT for true beginners. I liked it...END
Kerry
This book is a MUST for anyone who wants to enter the computer field. The information is interesting and informative. And it provides well-qualified opinions on the future of computing.
JOGETIME
fresh perspectives, big picture view, the spirit of the cyber sammuri.