If you're reading this, then you've taken a positive step towards a computer career. Why? Because curiosity is the topmost trait necessary in the computing industry. Besides inquisitiveness, a few other traits can make a technology career appealing - a desire to learn and keep learning, a willingness to tackle change head on and the persistence to hone your skills day in and day out.
If it's the right choice for you, an Information, Internet and Technology career can be rewarding, satisfying and challenging. My role as Computer Careers Editor is to help guide you through this vast (and still expanding) field.
Published once a week, the Computer Careers Newsletter provides:
• Information on Education and Training for a career as an information worker, technologist or web entrepreneur!
• Biographies and profiles on Notable Women in Computing when you need some inspiration and motivation.
• Articles on professional development In the Workplace.
• News and information on Organizations to join for personal and professional enrichment.
• Browse Reviews of books, software and courses.
• ... many more topics to come!
Be curious. Be an explorer. Be a subscriber to the Computer Careers Newsletter at BellaOnline. Enter your email address in the sign up form. It will only be used to send you the newsletter and nothing more.
Delivered in no fuss, simple text, the newsletter will find your Inbox whether it's on your tablet, phone or desktop. You can read it anywhere and at any time just the way you want it. Please don't forget to adjust your anti-spam filters to allow mail from BellaOnline.com. You may unsubscribe at any time using the link provided on every newsletter.
Please note that BellaOnline respects your privacy and will never sell your information to anyone. Information security is taken seriously. Your information is safeguarded in our database with modern security measures. You may subscribe with confidence and peace of mind.
The computing field is one worth investigating. It offers a large variety of jobs for all backgrounds, ages and skill levels. Being into computers no longer means typing away in front of a display screen in an anonymous cubicle in a big office building. With a personal computer and the Internet, it can mean working from your home office, a Starbucks cafe or your dining room table.
John Augustus Shedd said "A ship in port is safe; but that is not what ships are built for. Sail out to sea and do new things."
Go West. Go East. Go where the wind blows. Subscribe to the Computer Careers Newsletter and take your career in a different direction. It's up to you.
Maria S. Cuasay
P.S. If you know anyone who would benefit from this newsletter, please pass it on. Thank you!