Are you also an engineer looking for some add-on skills for your resume? If yes, then it’s time for you to gear up and learn some latest technologies in the IT market to brush up your skills. Your grades would definitely help you in clearing the eligibility criteria, but in order to grab a job, you need to be technically sound as well.
Most of the recruiters look for something different in the students by which they can add value to the company. So, it becomes important for you to have a knack for something which helps you stand apart from the whole crowd. For engineering streams like computer science and electronics, good command over at least 1 programming language is a must.
Apart from coding languages, there are numerous other technologies for you to invest your time. These technologies will not just add skills to your resume but will also make your life easy. So, let's go through the list of these technologies.
In order to learn this technology, first go through what it is all about and why there's so much buzz in recent years for AI. AI basically refers to the computer systems built to mimic human intelligence and perform tasks like recognition of images, speech or patterns, and decision making. It has been specially created to reduce human efforts.
Machine Learning (ML) is basically a subset of AI. In ML, computers are programmed to do something they are not programmed to do. In this case, learning is carried out by discovering patterns and insights from data.
Blockchain, as the name suggests, is a technology in which you are making a chain of data. It is often used to ensure security as it involves digital signature and encryption. It is absolutely transparent and there is no hidden fee associated with it.
The Internet of Things (IoT) is our future for sure. Almost each and every appliance is coming up with WiFi connectivity so that you can control it by just one click. We can do everything by just using a remote. Doesn’t this technology sound interesting?
In the past few years, Cyber Security has proved itself to be an emerging technology among a few others. No matter what kind of security measures you take, hackers will always try to access data illegally. Cyber Security proves as a saviour in such cases by protecting our data from all those malicious attacks.
Are you afraid of big mathematical equations? Well, MATLAB is here to help you with that. The syntax used in this technology is quite very simple and the implementation time is also very less. You can easily learn this language and it will also be an add-on to your resume.
We know that C is a middle-level programming language and C++ came after C. So many languages have come after them but C and C++ have a lot of significance as they form the base of every programming language. If you know both these languages, then it will be a cup of tea for you to learn any other programming language.
Big data comes up with a huge list of advantages like better decision making, increased productivity, reduced costs, improved customer service, fraud detection, greater innovation, as well as faster speed to market. There's also a negative side of Big Data, but the advantages outweigh the disadvantages.
Cloud computing has many benefits like reduced IT costs, scalability, the flexibility of work practices and access to automatic updates and this makes life very easy. If you are working on any project and are short of storage, you can definitely use cloud computing there. In today’s world, its a must learn.
Robotic Process Automation or RPA is a technology whose main function is to automate jobs which in turn will help in reducing the human effort. Tasks like interpreting applications, replying to emails, transaction processing can take place through this.
You can easily get a catch of these technologies just by surfing on the internet. The learning has become so easy nowadays that it just requires an effort from your side.