Developing software is a huge job.
With all the resources at our fingertips, it is easy to get lost in a myriad of coding tasks, and there are many opportunities for you to find the skills you need.
The first step is to know your target audience.
What do they need in order to get a job?
What do you want to get out of your work?
Do you want a specific skill set or are you looking for a general skill set?
What are the skills and experiences that are important to you?
This article will help you understand the skills, experiences, and skillset you are looking for, so you can develop a plan to get the job.
This article is written by James E. Williams, a software developer and an author and speaker.
He is the author of the new book Developing Software for Digital Media, a book on how to become a software engineer.
If you have any questions about developing software for digital media, please feel free to email us.