• Computer Occupations, All Other
  • Information Technology
  • Computer occupations work with technology to create and design new approaches to solving problems.

What do they typically do

  • Design test plans, scenarios, scripts, or procedures
  • Document software defects, using a bug tracking system, and report defects to software developers
  • Document test procedures to ensure replicability and compliance with standards
  • Investigate customer problems referred by technical support
  • Provide advice on project costs, design concepts, or design changes
  • Communicate project information through presentations, technical reports, or white papers
  • Create, analyze, report, convert, or transfer data, using specialized applications program software
  • Design databases to support business applications, ensuring system scalability, security, performance and reliability

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