Change is the only constant and this applies in one’s professional life as well. Up-scaling to you is a need nowadays, the reason is pretty simple, technology is evolving very quickly. Due to the fact technology is constantly changing, it might be hard for a Computer Science student (even anyone who is learning how to code) to keep up with the technologies that are continually surging. Frameworks, programming languages are being continuously created. So, to prevent feeling overwhelmed with the pace of technology. One is to be have an expertise in latest technologies including Artificial Intelligence, Blockchain, Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality, Cloud Computing, Cyber Security, Mobile Application, Angular and React, DevOps, Internet of Things (IoT), Intelligent Apps (I – Apps), Big Data, RPA (Robotic Process Automation) and RPA Training – Explore the Curriculum to Master RPA. Generally, any desk job in any industry involves tasks that are repetitive in nature and can be automated.RPA or Robotic Process Automation allows you to automate such routine and repetitive tasks. These views were expressed by Md. Iqbal a Senior Management Consultant of Pune (who has been in technology field for more than three decades and thorough expertise) with the exclusive interaction with the editor of Alma Today Dr. Dilip N Pandit. He shared a lot on various trends of technologies, purpose and passion being ITien and technocrat.
He said that I advise for youth to start picking up. Start building projects using these technologies, this way you build up a portfolio you can showcase to potential employers in your interviews for a job position or even an internship. What the most pivotal elements needed is their purpose and passion for going in latest trends and right skill to expose their potential. He emphasizes that one has to be involved deeply so that he could get the right platform to work. Youth must be aware knowledge of past, current, emerging and futuristic technologies with rights skills as well.
He has been associated with in-depth knowledge of training and marketing and got specific training from UK to hone his professional skills. He suggested that practical knowledge and experience is vital to feed purpose and passion of youth and that is the only just way to get success.