Who is a programmer
What do you have to do at work and specialization?
Every day a specialist faces a number of duties common to all areas:
- Development of new programs. To do this, the specialist receives a list of characteristics that are necessary for the authorities. Based on them, creates a new program. This is a rather painstaking process involving sitting work.
- Testing new programs. Upon completion of the writing, the specialist checks the suitability of the software for use. During testing, shortcomings are identified with a view to eliminating them later.
- Work on the bugs. Elimination of deficiencies of the written program.
- Presentation of software to the authorities.
- Show all functions and features in accordance with the control tasks of the software.
- The introduction of software in the office.
- Installation, configuration and training of colleagues in the new program.
- Correction of a running program based on outgoing data.
- Development of instructions for the operation of software – a brief guide, understandable to beginners.
- Making all the necessary documentation for the software created by him. Patent for property and copyright. The program will bring funds if other enterprises will use it.
- Monitoring the correct operation of the program. Timely adjustment, correction of errors.
- Creating an electronic version of databases and directories is the direct responsibility of the programmer. Ensuring the security of information technology. Passwords, security levels, antiviruses.
- Selection and implementation of relevant programs. Counseling staff if you have questions about the operation of the software.
- Preservation of trade secrets and non-disclosure of information located on computers and in databases of the organization.
- Networking is both internal and global.
- Control the inability to connect to it from the outside.
- Organization of employees’ workplaces – restriction of opportunities for entering entertainment pages during business hours.
The programmer’s working day is full of events. Work does not stop for a minute. Large organizations recruit a staff of such specialists. Given the volume of production and the number of jobs, it will be difficult for one person to do the work.