You graduate in computer science and discover that the work that you expect there…

For years there was talk of professional achievement in information technology and higher educational institutions were born in Italy with the aim of preparing students access to university. For some decades in Italy we still talk about the world of computing as the new frontier of work only to discover that the real professional opportunities there.

Because there is not? AND’ true or false?

For me it is true because the Italian market is not able to accommodate the entire body of graduates in computer science as well as the entrepreneurial crisis, I mean the criinformatica1is management of entrepreneurs, There is a saturated market and ailing recruitment unless related to a project. Generally these days those who graduated in computer science to make ends mostly the developer of software that in my opinion detract from the purpose of the degree as to develop not need to be so. Finally, do not make it long cite another example that disgusts me, an example is the level of the topics on development languages ​​treated in various universities. We study without the use of IDE and the language versions years behind those in the market at that moment, not to say that the University will speak “almost exclusively” JAVA.

So if you are majoring in computer science you do not expect them out there is someone who trembles to hire you and give you adequate stipendo. You have the choice to go outside Italy, or if you are lucky dirigerai some project and they will have less to do the software developer 600 Euros per month. another tip, fossilizzarti not only on the topics covered at the university, also looks at the world and you'll find out many other things that the teachers did not tell you, if no risks to the degree you will have the piece of paper but know arguments out of date by years…

Good luck…

 

3 Comments

    luciano

    Parole sante!!

    nobody

    Hello,
    lavoro come R&D manager in una società di software. Siamo in crescita ed assumiamo parecchio e mi capita talvolta, per le figure più tecniche, di occuparmi della selezione dei candidati.

    Devo dire che è difficile oggi per un’azienda assumere (e soprattutto capire CHI assumere) per una serie di motivi, sui quali mi è capitato spesso di ragionare.
    In particular:

    Preparazione universitaria: spesso arrivano ragazzi con un’ottima preparazione di background ma praticamente zero esperienza pratica. Non intendo il solito discorsoavere esperienza di mille anni presso prestigiose aziendema anche solo avere una infarinatura di qualche linguaggio, di qualche database, di UML o qualunque cosa di questo tipo. Non sembrerebbero esserci, in breve, more geeks who, in addition to graduation, actually they know what they are dealing.

    – Difficulty in assessing: I never piegherò to make technical test or similar uselessness, but either way it's hard to figure out who has the necessary characteristics and / or the ability to grow. Knowing how to grow is a state of mind, unfortunately or fortunately, and not one comparable skills through study.

    – Everyone must know do all: This is a problem “hand holding” typically Italian… I manager (nontechnical) They do not understand that you can not recycle the various figures at random without a minimum lag of time for training and to understand the needs of a project that maybe differs to 100% the mode by which until recently had “accustomed” to use.

    – Differentiation of Candidates: il 90% the curriculum are “fotocopieuno dell’altro. Dal lato aziendale cosa potrebbe spingere all’assunzione di un candidato piuttosto che un altro?

    Ci sarebbe ancora da dilungarsi parecchioperò credo che il miglior consiglio possa essere: se volete crescere cambiate spesso.

      Rino Russo

      Devi essere una persona preparata oltre che realista. Ciò che hai scritto ti fa onore per due motivi: 1. Il tuo ragionamento è aziendale ma basato su fatti e non carta; 2. Parli di crescita, di possibilità di crescita senza anteporre l’esperienza che specialmente i banchi universitari non ti danno.
      A me spiace moltissimo ritrovarmi accanto a ingegneri e fare le loro stesse cose da non laureato. Allo stesso modo mi spiace per quelle aziendeinutiliche si basano sulla carta perché dirette da pseudo manager che a malapena sanno inviare una mail ma che su FB sono dei mostri del sapere. Grazie del tuo contributo.

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