Authors: Andrew Nassif
Computer Engineers and especially IT people do more than most people think, and in some cases do tedious amounts of work. During this assignment I interviewed my uncle, a senior software engineer, Ameer Ghobrial. I also got some resources from Michael Nickola (Management Level Engineer) and Vivek Ramesh (CEO of Slidenerd). However, for this assignment I will focus specifically on my uncle. People who do Software or Hardware engineering have to do: Digital Logic, Computer Design, Analog Automation, VHSIC Technologies, IC System Design, VLSI, Software modeling and UML Communication languages. They also have to learn Oracle or Cisco based systems if they want to work in both. Overall, depending on your CSE profession you will have much to learn and throughout this paper, I will explain why.
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