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An Ideal Programmer

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Ed Tittel, creator of the Exam Cram series, considers the qualifications that make for the best prospective programming candidates. If you're looking to be hired or to move up in this field, you need to be aware of these 'wish list' items and work to include them in your skill set.
Programming Principles

Programming Principles

Employers want programmers who understand modern programming principles, including object-oriented design, distributed programming techniques, client/server software design, implementation, testing, debugging, and maintenance. This group also includes all kinds of development methodologies (often with related environments or toolsets), as mentioned in the following section. Expect employers to be tightly focused on the tools and environments they've chosen in this arena; they'll also expect prospective candidates to be well-versed in these topics, tools, and technologies.

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