•Organize records and reports
•Assisting computer operators to resolve computer issues
•Train amateurs in programming
•Set up flow charts and diagrams
During my senior year of high school I took two different courses in computer programming, C++ and Visual Basics, after taking these courses I started to get more interested in computers and programming; so, I decided my major would be in IT (Information Technology) in college. After attending University of Phoenix for 4 years, I earned my bachelors degree in C++; from there I landed a job at AIG insurance company as one of their computer programmers. I have been successful thus far in my career as a programmer and as I am learning new programming skills with each passing day. Normally my week consists of 40 hours, but from time to time I have to work longer hours, due to emergencies in the system and some which requires to be done at a certain time; sometimes the same day. Things can get tough at times, but it is something I enjoy doing; I work with other programmers in an office environment; though there are projects that require us to work alone. If you want to make it as a computer programmer, I believe one as to be computer devotee, be able to stay focus, have good problem-solving skills, reliable, organize, good communication skills, and have the ability to meet deadlines. Again, these are just a few factors; if interested in this type of work field, earn at least a bachelors degree in computer programming. Working as a computer programmer it has a lot of benefits...