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Engineering

Engineering Books







Career opportunities in engineering
by McDavid, Richard A; Echaore-McDavid, Susan

9780816061525Richard A. McDavid; Susan Echaore-McDavidCareer Opportunities in EngineeringThe engineering field encompasses everything from architectural engineers to food process engineers to flight test engineers, and beyond. But what all engineering jobs have in common is the need for qualified problem-solvers with the right technical skills to fill them. Even as the Bureau of Labor Statistics predicts steady growth in demand for engineers through 2012, recent years have marked a decline in the number of qualified engineers graduating from college. As a result, many professional societies have launched campaigns to encourage students to pursue engineering as a career. ""Career Opportunities in Engineering"" can help those people interested in this field make a good career choice and find the kind of engineering job they most desire. Career profiles include: Acoustical engineer; Aerospace engineer; Biosystems engineer; Engineering technician; Food engineer; Geotechnical engineer; Nuclear engineer; Robotics engineer; Software engineer; Technical writer; Wastewater engineer; and more. - Description from Syndetics
Glendale CC Library - CARCOLL - TA157 .M2135 2007
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Computer Software Engineering Books

Breaking into the game industry: advice for a successful career from those who have done it
by Brathwaite, Brenda; Schreiber, Ian

9781435458048Brenda Brathwaite; Ian SchreiberBreaking into the Game Industry: Advice for a Successful Career from Those Who Have Done ItAspiring and professional game developers have a lot of questions: What should be in their portfolios? How do they make contacts? How do they negotiate salaries? How much do game designers make? What should they wear to interviews? In this fast-paced and humorous guide, the authors answer these questions and many more, including the ones you didn't know to ask. BREAKING INTO THE GAME INDUSTRY: ADVICE FOR A SUCCESSFUL CAREER FROM THOSE WHO HAVE DONE IT, provides aspiring game developers the know-how and confidence they need to make it in the industry. Written in a unique and engaging question and answer format, the book presents a clear, overall sense of what the game industry is and how the professionals operate in it, answering the key questions new developers should be asking as they begin their career. Providing invaluable advice and tips from experienced professionals, you'll learn how to best present yourself and your skills, showcase your work and create a compelling portfolio, and much more, giving you a leg up as you try to break into the competitive and fast-paced game industry. - Description from Syndetics
Glendale CC Library HD9993 .E452 B735 2012
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Careers in focus: computers

9780816072859FergusonComputers Praise for the previous edition: "...up-to-date...supplies easily accessible information in a clearly written and interesting style...Valuable resource...for career exploration and research."-- School Library Journal Careers in Focus: Computers, Fifth Edition covers 20 careers in this extensive field. Job profiles include: College professors, computer science Computer and video game designers Computer network administrators Computer programmers Computer support specialists Graphics programmers Hardware engineers Internet developers Software designers Technical writers and editors Webmasters and more. - Description from Syndetics
Glendale CC Library - CARCOLL - QA76.25 .C295 2008 Glendale CC North Library - GENERAL - QA76.25 .C295 2008
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Career opportunities in animation
by Lenburg, Jeff

9780816081837Jeff Lenburg; Bob KurtzCareer Opportunities in AnimationFrom character designer to storyboard artist--a comprehensive guide to fun careers in animation. Animation is everywhere--from the Internet to the silver screen--and due to the rapid growth of animation in virtually every field and industry, so are animation jobs. Fueled by the worldwide explosion of film and television productions, new and original animated films, and apps and videos for mobile computing devices, the fields of animation and special effects, video games, and e-learning are all expected to grow. This is in addition to the phenomenal widespread growth of industries like mobile gaming, television advertising, digital media, and science and technology. With the high demand for qualified individuals to work in these industries, there has never been a better time to start or advance a career in animation. Career Opportunities in Animation describes 60 careers in many fields of animation, including art, backgrounds and layouts, design, directing, engineering, film and television animation, game and Web design, painting and texturing, performing, producing, technical production, and writing. Appendixes in this comprehensive new resource include Educational Institutions; Major Trade Periodicals, Newsletters, and Other Publications; Professional, Industry, and Trade Associations; Guilds and Unions; Recommended Animation Industry Web Sites; and U.S. Animation Studios and Production Companies. Career profiles include: Art director Character designer Effects animator Flash animator Graphic artist and graphic designer Inbetweener (cel animation) Layout artist/scene planner Motion graphics artist and motion graphics designer Production designer Software engineer Storyboard artist Visual development artist. - Description from Syndetics
Glendale CC Library - CARCOLL - NC1765 .L355 2012
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American Nuclear Society

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