Top 7 In-Demand Technology Skills to Learn in 2020


Top 17 In-Demand Technology Skills to Learn in 2020

If you graduated with a technology-related bachelor’s degree in India, you’d most likely want to specialize in finding your niche in the job market. One possible focus is mobile applications, one of the fastest-growing tech sectors in India and around the world. Simplilearn’s Social, Mobile, Analytics, and Cloud Certification Training takes a deep dive into this exciting sector.


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2. JAVA/J2EE & Its Frameworks (Struts, Spring, Hibernate):

The most widely used technology by almost all the esteemed companies across domains (Banking, Telecom, Life Sciences, Financial Services, Aviation, Academia, Retail & Consumer products) around the world is nothing but Java.

And when it comes to what exactly you will have to learn, Java continues to be an unending ocean where you should focus on strengthening your core part of it as much as possible.

Aspirants normally get carried away with the charm of JSP & Servlets, but that kills you like sweet poison in the long run. Here is what ‘all’ you ‘must’ cover while opting for a Java course:

  • J2SE (Core Part)
  • J2EE (JSP & Servlets + EJB)
  • STRUTS (Framework for Java)
  • SPRING and/or HIBERNATE (For more sophisticated & advanced applications)

There are many other frameworks and supporting technologies for Java aspirants but the above ones are a must and most demanding ones in the Software/IT market. To learn Java, there is no eligibility as such, but if you’re targeting a decent job then you will need a Bachelor/Master’s degree in computer domain (BE/BTech/BCA/BSc [IT]/MCA/MSc [IT]) along with it.

So if a career in any of the above major domains interests you, and the zeal for non-stop coding pleases your soul, then look no further than learning Java.

Priority List of IT course options:

  • JAVA/J2EE & its Frameworks (Struts, Spring, Hibernate)
  • CISCO Technologies
  • SAS
  • DBA (Oracle, DB2, MySql, SQL Server)
  • System Administration (Red Hat, Solaris, UNIX, VMware)
  • Cloud Computing
  • Microsoft Technologies
  • Mobile SDKs (Android, iPhone, Windows Phone)
  • Animation & Graphics
  • SQT (Software Quality Testing)
  • Other language courses(PHP, Ruby/Perl/Python)

3.CISCO Technologies

If you are fascinated by various types of network wires connected to your computer, the plugs, and switches that hold the programming logic of those cables, and are curious about how data flows (routes)through those switches, CISCO technologies can be your choice of course. To start with CISCO courses while targeting a decent job, you need at least a senior secondary (10+2) or some diploma/graduation in computer sciences (or even a non-computer profile will do).

CISCO technologies are among the few courses which are most popular among non-IT aspirants who are targeting an entry-level job (but not without certain drawbacks viz. below-average work profile).

While opting for any network-based course including CISCO technologies, do thorough research on the infrastructure of practical labs of the institute, as the theories are of almost negligent significance in network-based courses.

The five levels of certification from CISCO are Entry, Associate, Professional, Expert, and Architect along with targeted certifications for Specialist and Technician. These are available in seven different subject areas: Routing & Switching, Design, Network Security, Service Provider, Storage Networking, Voice and Wireless.

Remember, if you’ve jumped into the foray of CISCO technologies then their certifications are a ‘must’ to drive your career forward.

The better the level of degree (graduation recommended) attained combined with the various levels of certifications achieved, the better will be the salary digits in your bank account and the work profile will vary hugely.

4. SAS

Data Analytics is now a rapidly growing field and so this Business Intelligence domain has emerged as the most lucrative option among the current breed of IT graduates.

SAS, originally Statistical Analysis System, is an integrated system of software products provided by SAS Institute, to perform data entry, retrieval, management, mining, report writing, and graphics. Some explicit benefits are as under:

  • Widely used for business planning, forecasting, and decision support for its accurate results.
  • Extensively used for operations research and project management
  • The best tool for quality improvement and applications development
  • Provides Data warehousing (extract, transform, and load)
  • Additional benefits of platform independence and remote computing ability
  • SAS business solutions assist in areas such as human resource management, financial management, business intelligence, customer relationship management and more
  • Used in the analysis of results and report generation in clinical trials in the pharmaceutical industry

SAS comprises multi-engine architecture for better data management and reporting. SAS training prepares students for rewarding and very well paying career as SAS analyst, programmer, developer or consultant. Anyone can learn this course and appear for the certification exams, but usually, the ones who hold valid graduation in Computers/IT, are preferred.

The SAS Certified Professional Program was launched by SAS Institute, Inc. in 1999 to recognise users who can demonstrate an in-depth understanding of SAS software. The program consists of five certifications across different functional areas. Several SAS courses prepare users for the certification exams. To date many programmers have taken these courses, some experienced users just take the exams, and many other SAS savvy professionals are experienced but not SAS certified.

As per some recent surveys, about 60,000 SAS Analysts and programmers will be required in the next couple of years. Moreover, SAS consultants are paid the big bucks when compared to other software technologies.

 5. Machine Learning Certification Course

Also ideal for those aspiring to work in AI, this program focuses on machine learning and how specific techniques are used throughout the AI world.

6. AWS Solutions Architect Certification Training Course

Participants can get certified as Amazon Web Services, or AWS, architects through this course, which covers essential skills and programs like VPC, EC2, IAM, and EBS.

7. AWS SysOps Associate Certificate Training

Enrollees can master AWS platform deployment, management, and operations in this program, which is also a prerequisite to the AWS Certified DevOps Engineer exam.

8. AWS Developer Associate Certification Training

This course is ideal for those looking to take the next step in their AWS training. Students learn how to write code, implement and test applications, and use an array of other tools.

12 free online education sites for tech skills

  • Alison
  • Codeacademy
  • Coursera
  • Dash General Assembly
  • EdX
  • Harvard Online Learning
  • Khan Academy
  • MicrosoftLearn
  • MIT OpenCourseWare
  • Skillshare
  • Udacity
  • Udemy

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