Do you know that programming is not the only aspect in the Tech space?
Yes, there are several other areas that doesn’t require you to know coding or any programming language.
Many at times people will tell me they want to learn coding…yet I ask them why they are interested in it….well I don’t often get clear answers.
To be relevant in the Tech space, you must not be a programmer….there are several areas you can grow as a tech person and still be relevant in the industry.
I will be sharing some of such below for a clearer understanding;
1.(IT) project manager
Technology projects have a lot of moving parts. IT project managers oversee projects from start to finish, making sure that no details are lost in the shuffle and that the project comes in on time and on budget.
2.IT support specialist
IT support specialists help customers and clients set up and learn to use new equipment and software, as well as troubleshoot any errors. They need to be extremely familiar with the equipment and programs they work with, but they won’t be required to write a single line of code.
3.Product marketing manager
Even the most groundbreaking new technology doesn’t sell itself. These industry professionals combine their knowledge of technology with their powers of persuasion to market their organization’s products and services.
Network administrators are responsible for the installation, configuration and maintenance of the hardware and software systems used to keep an organization’s devices connected.
- SEO(SEARCH ENGINE OPTIMIZATION) Specialist
Specialists work to generate traffic to client’s websites. They are knowledgeable of search engine behaviors and algorithms and use strategies such as keywords, metadata and tags to increase search rankings.
Technical writers write copy for technical materials, such as user manuals, white papers, resource guides and industry publications. They must have in-depth knowledge of their industry, writing style guidelines and proper spelling and grammar. Technical writers can work for organizations or find clients on a freelance basis.
Growth hackers develop and evaluate strategies to increase the number of clients and customers a business has. Often used by start-ups, they study market trends, client behavior, internet traffic and other metrics to design focused initiates for business growth.
8.Content Marketing Manager
Content marketing managers are in charge of an organization’s online content, including emails, blogs, landing pages and social media ads. They conduct A/B testing to determine the most effective strategies, identify user profiles and oversee department team members, like graphic designers, copywriters and editors.
Data analysts identify organization or departmental trends by analyzing specific data sets. They must have in-depth knowledge of data software, statistics and market research. Data analysts report their findings and predictions to executives and shareholders to help guide decision-making and future planning.
10.Software Sales Consultant
Software sales consultants work in the SaaS (software as a service) sales field. Like other sales positions, they are responsible for generating leads, negotiating contracts and closing deals.
SAP (systems, applications and products) consultants work with businesses to create customized solutions for their needs and goals. They research the company and its current processes, identifies that can be improved and makes recommendations based on staffing, financial and technological structures.
12.User Interface(UI) Designer
User interface designers create the elements of programs, applications and games that users see and manipulate. They help make products user-friendly by adhering to best practices and applying user feedback.
Information architects are part of the user experience team and develop the order and presentation of information that is provided on websites, programs and applications. They create the structure of information using usability tests, market research and behavioral trends.
The list is endless…..so start making your choice today.