So you’re fresh out of university with your computer science degree under your belt. But what now?
Many graduates don’t know which area of IT they want to explore, or even which skills they should be highlighting on their CV, so here we are, a run-down of the top 5 IT skills that IT graduate recruiters are
SQL or Structured Query Language is responsible for simplifying database management considerably since its release in 1989. Launched by Microsoft it is a hugely popular programming language that is considered the international standard for database manipulation.
SQL is in huge demand at the moment due to the rapid growth of the internet and new technologies such as responsive sites that are only made possible through the way their databases handle information.
A framework for web-based client development, .Net enables users to build graphical interfaces whilst offering cross –platform compatibility and cross-language operability.
.Net is a relatively new on the scene and as such demand for those who can manage this framework is high.
An object-oriented extension of the original C language, C# has become hugely popular. If you’re looking for programming jobs – this is a key language to have mastered.
Old faithful. HTML or Hyper Text Mark-up Language is the most popular mark-up language used to create web pages. Knowledge of html is expected from most people in the IT field (particularly graduates).