Programmers, also known as developers, are really outstanding individuals who can transform into the programming language even the most bizarre ideas of clients and accounts. Is it worth entering the world of PHP, Java, Ruby, C # and Python?

Who is a programmer and how to become one?

"I am a programmer!" - doesn't it sound proudly? However, prestige is not everything, because earnings in IT are among the highest on the market - the best can count on a wage of even a dozen thousand zlotys net! It is, therefore, hardly surprising that more and more young people associate their future with IT. But how to become a programmer and gain a thorough theoretical knowledge and practical skills related to the creation and development of software?

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You can, of course, be a brilliant self-taught person and come to everything on your own. There are plenty of examples in IT - Bill Gates and Mark Zuckerberg have never completed any course, yet they have achieved unquestionable success. Can you? Sure you can! All you need is a lot of willingness, the right motivation and hours spent in front of the computer ...

What about people who do not even see the opportunity to master everything on their own, at home? The simplest solution will be to choose the right field of study and specialization. Here you will find more information about IT studies and available specialties offered by Polish universities.

Academic education can be completed after the first-cycle engineering studies which last 3.5 years. Further education may take place as part of the second-cycle Master's program (lasting two years) or specialist post-graduate studies.

The basis for success in this industry, however, is professional experience and specific, specialist skills, without which it is quite difficult to break through the labour market. Being a programmer is something more than having only textbook knowledge from studies. It is, above all, the ability to logically think and solve the existing (often complicated) problems.

What is the programmer's job like?

Let us now stop for a moment at the very work and its specifics. I am sure you will be pleased with the information that there is no such thing as "standard scope of duties", but do not count on the working day passing on another game of CoD or CS, as you will certainly not run out of tasks.Customers, who constantly want to improve their programs and a whole host of accounts, who will do everything to make the first one happy will certainly take care of that.

How does the daily programmer's work look like? What do you need to do to succeed in this business? This you will learn from the interview. Profession with passion: Ruby on Rails Developer.home office 569359 1280

There are many developers working at such desks ... Would you like to sit down like that?

The available specialties are extremely difficult to be listed, as there are plenty of them, growing on trees like coconuts together with the every year development of technology. We will, therefore, limit to the most popular ones in Poland:

  • PHP Developer
  • iOS Developer
  • Android Developer
  • Ruby Developer
  • C# Developer
  • .Net Developer
  • Java Developer
  • Python Developer
  • Front-end Developer
  • Back-end Developer


How much does a programmer earn in Poland?

The exact amount of remuneration in this business depends on many factors, such as the level of experience, the degree of mastery of a given technology, type of employer, form of employment, etc. However, it can be assumed that the average earnings of a programmer with two years of professional experience amount to approximately 5500/6000 PLN per month. Developers can also count on a number of additional non-pay benefits: multisport cards, private medical insurance, access to free training and trips to conferences, etc. The best developers with many years of experience, employed on contracts or on a B2B basis can receive up to a dozen thousand zlotys a month for their work.