Technical and Non-Technical Topics that are Needed in Corporate but not Taught in Colleges

Colleges are meant to prepare students to sustain in this corporate world by teaching them technical as well as non-technical topics.But knowingly or unknowingly, it is not happening in all the cases.

Considering this,below we have summarized the significant topics which are in demand to compete with others in corporate.

1.Hadoop and Mapreduce

Hadoop is a MapReduce framework that enables processing large datasets in parallel, on clusters of commodity hardware. This is cheaper, as it’s a open source solution that can run on commodity hardware while handling petabytes of data. It’s faster on massive data volumes as data processing is done in parallel.Read more

2.Machine learning

With the growing dependence on IT, every good company is using artificial intelligence and machine learning to make the user experience better just like YouTube is using it to give you suggestions about the videos, Google for making your search list better and many others.Read more

3.Data Science and Analytics

Data Scientist is the sexiest job of the 21st century. Annual demand for the fast-growing new roles of data scientist, data developers, and data engineers will reach nearly 700,000 openings by 2020.

To start a career as Data Scientist while you are pursuing your scholars, you must know have deep knowledge as well as practical approach of following topics.Read more

4.Devops

DevOps is a mixture of two terms DEVelopment and OPerationS.

  • It is a set of practices whose aim is to reduce the time duration between committing change to system and change placed in normal production.
  • It is a software engineering culture that unifies both Software development and Software operations.
  • It is used for automation and monitors all steps of software construction from integration, testing, to deployment and management of infrastructure.
  • It aims at shorter development cycles, increase the frequency of deployment, and dependable release in aligns with business objectives.Read more

5.Artificial Intelligence

Technically AI or artificial intelligence is the simulation of human intelligence processes by machines, especially computer systems. These processes include learning (the acquisition of information and rules for using the information), reasoning (using the rules to reach approximate or definite conclusions), and self-correction. From voice-powered personal assistants like Siri and Alexa, to more underlying, fascinating and fundamental technologies such as behavioral algorithms, suggestive searches and autonomously-powered self-driving vehicles boasting powerful predictive capabilities, there are several examples and applications of artificial intelligence in use today.

As far as AI goes, our favourite video games are somewhat simplistic, but because of the industry’s huge market, a great deal of effort and money are invested every year in perfecting this type of AI. So whether you just have a taste or a broader prospect, be there, prepared for AI to take over your brains.Read more

6.Full Stack development

Full-Stack Web Development, according to the Stack Overflow Developer Survey in 2016 as well as 2017, is the most popular developer occupation today. It’s no wonder then that there are dozens of online and in-person programs that will help people become Full-Stack Developers and then even assist these new developers land high-paying programming jobs.Read more

7.Learn Python

There are few Programming languages/skills can get you different job roles.Python is one among them.

Python is used right from scripting to constructing large websites.Read more

8.Bigdata and Distributed Systems such as Apache Spark

Apache Spark is an emerging platform that has more flexibility than MapReduce but more structure than a basic message passing interface.

It relies on the concept of distributed data structures (what it calls RDDs) and operators. Because Spark is a lower level thing that sits on top of a message passing interface, it has higher level libraries to make it more accessible to data scientists. The Machine Learning library built on top of it is called MLib

Apache Spark is an open-source data processing framework for Big Data Analytics. Read more

9.Resume Preparation

Creating a resume can be challenging when you start thinking about all the information you need to share with prospective employers. Your employment history, educational background, skills, and qualifications need to be presented in a way that will help you get picked for a job interview. What’s the easiest way to write a resume? If you look at resume building as a step-by-step process, it will be easier to do and much less overwhelming.Read more

10.The Job selection process

The Job Selection Process: Getting a job in an IT company doesn’t only depend upon your technical skills. There are actually a lot more types of screenings you have to face before and after proving your technical skills to the interviewer.
So here is the whole process of interview described which can help you get into an IT company easily.Read more

11.How to attend interviews

Believe you can and you are halfway there.

You have only one chance to make the first best impression.

So make your first best impression by preparing good resume and then you are halfway there.You should be able to answer about everything in your resume so be  genuine and add actual content.Read more

12.How to build your career network

Career Networking is a process of forming a friendship where the major basis for your relationship is work-related instead of shared personal interests.As with any relationship, your network should consist of people you like and admire.

Today we can take the advantage of a vast number of social networking sites. After building a noble career network, you can easily ask for job referral. Here are strategies which can be used to develop and maintain career network.Read more

13.How to rock a group discussion

There are people who are too good when it comes to their technical skill and they can easily clear a one to one interview, but when it comes to discussing a topic in group, it becomes kind of difficult for them.
So, there are chances that you may lose a job just because of the group discussion process.Read more

14.Have a linkedin profile

What do Microsoft, eBay, Netflix, and Target have in common? All these companies (and many more) have used LinkedIn to recruit candidates for employment. LinkedIn is an online directory of individual professionals and organizations. Individuals use LinkedIn for professional networking, connecting, and job searching. Companies use LinkedIn for recruiting and for providing company information to prospective employees.Read more

15.Ask for a job refferal

A job referral can be the best way to get your resume a close look from the hiring manager when you are applying for a job. When you’re referred for a position, and you mention this in your cover letter, you’ve got a built-in recommendation for the job in the first paragraph.

It’s even better when the person referring you for a job can take a couple of minutes to personally mention you to the hiring manager.
The best type of referral for a job is an employee referral. However, clients, vendors, and other people who are connected with the company may be able to assist, as well.Read more