Be the Smart Employee
By Martin Schaeferle | October 15, 2012
There was a time when having computer skills defined you as a bit of a "geek". Then all of the geeks became millionaires, and suddenly, having at least a modicum of computer savvy became extremely important. Nowadays, having a working knowledge of computer programming and web design can lead to promotions at work, career stability, and an increased salary. It pays to spend some time learning how your computer works from the inside out.
Online courses, such as video tutorials for C#, or a Visual Studio 2010 tutorial video, can help you get started on the road to increased computer knowledge. Visual Studio know-how will make you invaluable in developing web sites and mobile applications, and for debugging any existing problems. C# has proven itself as a first class language, so becoming proficient in it will keep you marketable for many years to come.
Gone are the days when computer knowledge was synonymous with video games and bad fashion. Today, understanding computers is vital to the success of a business, and positioning yourself as the employee with that understanding is a smart move.