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Working as developer in EUA

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Hi all, I want know if in EUA you can work as software developer in a company if you aren´t graduated in computer science. In Brazil there are many professions like engeneering, medicine where you can´t. But here, a software developer don´t need to be graduated, if sameone wants to contract you there´s no problem. Thanks

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Whats EUA?

In the EU you need no profesional qualifications to be a software developer although they help a lot when it comes to getting a job.

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Original post by pisraelI want know if in EUA you can work as software developer in a company if you aren´t graduated in computer science. ... But here, a software developer don´t need to be graduated, if sameone wants to contract you there´s no problem.


Read:
http://www.sloperama.com/advice/lesson50.htm
http://www.sloperama.com/advice/lesson15.htm

It's "possible" to get a job as a game programmer without a degree - but it's VERY difficult. Show up at the job interview with a great demo, and maybe you can get hired.

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Sorry about the mistake. Its USA (United States of America), in portuguese EUA (Estados Unidos da América)

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