I want to get to IT: a guide for beginners. Which side is it better to choose when entering programming?
On the Day of IT, we explain what to do if the only computer skill in your CV is a "Confident Chrome user." But you want more.
On February 15, 1946, American military engineers introduced the first universal electronic computer ENIAC, which opened the door to new digital technologies. Since then, this date has been unofficially established in advanced engineering circles as a professional holiday for computer scientists, people who work with "hardware." Now, more than half a century after, the word "computer" is associated with broader ideas than in the distant 50s. Computer system developers and analysts, programmers and operators of various computer devices, engineers of automated control systems, database maintenance engineers, server administrators, and many others and their professional responsibilities are related to advanced knowledge of computer languages and the ability to solve various problems; without their application, one simply can not do.
And although today's holiday is historic and touches on the origins of the development of the digital technology era, we decided to figure out how you can "enter IT," where to start, and in general: is it worth the effort?