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Top 5 Skills You'll Need to Succeed as a Programmer Analyst

Mar 10, 2021 9:47:09 AM

Making it as a programmer analyst is about so much more than learning how to code.

This occupation demands a surprisingly broad skillset that ranges from IT mastery to creativity to communications to problem-solving to diplomacy to business savvy.

Meet Chao: My Experience in Herzing's Programmer Analyst Program

Oct 25, 2019 2:14:45 PM

Photo: Chao Zhang at his desk at Jesta, where he was hired as a full-stack software developer after graduating from Herzing's Programmer Analyst program.

When Chao Zhang enrolled in the Programmer Analyst program at Herzing, he had virtually no experience in software development. He had a degree in Electrical Engineering and had worked as a game tester - but that was it.

Looking to get into the industry as fast as possible, Chao signed up for the 15-month accelerated program. He graduated in March, 2019 and landed an impressive job as a full-stack software developer for Jesta I.S.

Jesta is a global software company with a 50 year track record of quality products. They were recently named the #1 software vendor for retail businesses.

We interviewed Chao this week to find out how work is going, and what he thought of Herzing's program. We asked him to rate the quality of the instructor, the skills he learned, and his overall experience at Herzing.

Here's what we found out.

Pros & Cons of Becoming a Programmer Analyst: Should You Go For It?

Jul 2, 2019 1:08:38 PM

Updated November, 2020

If you're considering a career in tech, you might be veering toward fields like programming, network administration, or technical support.

These are all good options for someone who wants to train quickly for jobs that are in-demand and growing fast across the country.

5 Things to Know About Programmer Analyst Training Before You Enrol

Aug 27, 2018 4:49:33 PM

Updated November, 2020.

So, you're thinking about taking programmer analyst training this year. What's pulling you in this direction?

Maybe you've heard that programmers are in high demand. Or, you have a natural knack for coding, and think it might be nice to get paid for what you're already good at.

Whatever your motivation, you're getting ready for that next big step: choosing a college and transitioning back to school.

But before you invest your time, energy, and hard-earned tuition dollars, there are a couple of things to do first.

What to Expect From Programmer Analyst Training: Courses, Careers & Salary

Jun 1, 2017 10:35:38 AM

What exactly does a programmer analyst do? Part coder, part systems analyst, a programmer analyst is typically hired by a company to write, modify, test, and maintain a variety of computer and software applications.

Programmer analysts work in multiple industries (financial services, IT, healthcare, education, media, government), offering graduates a range of job options and work environments to choose from.  Each industry—and company—will define the precise role of the programmer analyst in somewhat different ways, depending on their business needs and goals.

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