How do you make the bestselling book on computer careers even better? By adding brand-new data on Year 2000 (Y2K) jobs, plus fully updated information on the newest releases of Java, Visual Basic, UNIX, PowerBuilder, Oracle, and other areas of expertise.It all comes together in this new edition of the guide that has helped thousands of computer-industry job seekers land the position of their dreams."Computer whizzes with year-2000 (Y2K) conversion skills are in hot demand", as the The Wall Street Journal confirms. So Michael Rothstein shows readers how to: -- Track down the best Y2K job opportunities-- Ace Y2K interviews (with 300+ specific Q&As)-- Double and even triple your income as a Y2K or general consultantHere, too, is inside information on how to impress employers in any computer job search situation. Even novices can find a great job -- and command bigger bucks than they ever dreamed of -- just by preparing themselves with this guide. Its 2000 sample Q&As reveal how to stay cool when interviewers try to stump you.
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The computer field is bursting with new opportunities, especially as companies scramble to prpepare for the Year 2000 conversion! Grab your share of the wealth. The first step is to forget all the other so-called computer career guides. Only Ace the Technical Interview points you precisely to where you want to be, especially if your sights are set on the Y2K bonanza. This is the only guide that prepares you to land a position fast, because it contains proven answers to the 2000 toughest job-interview questions - the stumpers that employers use to sort out the best from the rest. So screen yourself in. Step-by-step industry pro Michael Rothstein will show you how to track down the Y2K opportunities...dazzle interviewers with your command of COBOL. Project Visual Basic, Delph, PowerBuilder, Oracle, MVS, UNIX, RS/6000, Sybase, DB2, and other technologies...and make more money than you ever dreamed possible.About the Author:
Michael Rothstein is the founder and president of Automated System Processes Corporation, a company involved in the development of proprietary software for Year 2000 conversions. His author credits include the previous two editions of this bestseller, as well as three other books on various aspects of systems analysis, programming, and information technology. A former data processing professional at Univac, IBM, and Motorola, Mr. Rothstein has also been an independent consultant to such clients as Citibank, Metropolitan Life, and Blue Cross/Blue Shield. He is based in Forest Hills, NY.
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Book Description Computing Mcgraw-Hill, 1998. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P110070540489