IT is a vast field and has a lot of career paths to choose from. There are always so many terminologies making headlines on the podcasts, TVs, and so on i.e., what is blockchain? Who is a solutions architect? And so on.
In this post, I will try to demystify the job roles and associated terminologies to help people seek out a path for themselves when entering the IT job market.
Forbes includes IT as the second growing industry. Most of the time the projects help the end-users save cost or improve efficiency. When most of the projects are meant to be used by the end-users, they are built based on some requirements. These requirements are acquired from the stakeholders. Next, the project is assessed. This assessment includes translating the business requirements into a technology product. This is where the code and coding come in. After coding, the product is tested against the accepted business requirements to ensure that it meets the business requirements and expectations. Finally, the product is then released to the users for testing and then released for live usage. This is where DevOps comes into play. It is a relatively new field. Applications are now delivered using cloud technologies, so Cloud-native DevOps is a whole field dedicated to it. Sometimes the product needs marketing where a whole new field has begun. I will go on it later.Read More