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Old 12-04-2010, 10:57 AM   #1
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Final year project idea on networking.


hi,
i am a 3rd year final semester student of the department of computer science and engineering of shahjalal university of science and technology sylhet bangladesh.
i am interested to built my career in networking field.
i wanna know about the future demand of network engineer in home and abroad.
i am also searching for final year project/thesis topic on networking which will help me for my Ms in abroad.
i would be very glad it any one suggest me on above.
thanks.
rezwan
 
Old 12-04-2010, 01:07 PM   #2
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hi,
i am a 3rd year final semester student of the department of computer science and engineering of shahjalal university of science and technology sylhet bangladesh.
i am interested to built my career in networking field.
i wanna know about the future demand of network engineer in home and abroad.
i am also searching for final year project/thesis topic on networking which will help me for my Ms in abroad.
i would be very glad it any one suggest me on above.
How do you really expect anyone, anywhere, to be able to tell you the future??? Yes, networking will be a big field to get into, but so will storage, systems, and pretty much any other aspect of computing. Best thing I can suggest you, would be to get the knowledge, and learn the basics well. Having a bunch of certifications means very little, when you can't do the work.

And if you are a third year student, you should know how to write clearly (capital letters, punctuation, grammar, and not using slang like 'wanna'). Any resume that ever came across my desk looking like you've structured your question, would be tossed into the trash.
 
Old 12-04-2010, 03:25 PM   #3
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You may not be a native English speaker, but he has a point. If you are nearly through college and are trying to establish a career, you need to practice better professionalism. That means practicing professional communication skills.

If you practice real English now, whenever you can, it will help you in the future. Your future documents will be much easier to write and much easier to understand.

The best thesis is one you find yourself. You'll research it and write about it with a passion. I suggest reading many networking whitepapers, even if you don't understand many of the technical aspects. Peruse Wikipedia (just don't trust it or cite it). You'll discover things that never would have occurred to you otherwise.
 
Old 12-04-2010, 04:33 PM   #4
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i wanna know about the future demand of network engineer in home and abroad.
We would all like to know the future. Unfortunately technology progresses in ways that are sometimes unpredictable.

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i am also searching for final year project/thesis topic on networking which will help me for my Ms in abroad.
How about the unpredictable nature of technology and the resulting challenges trying to manage your career skills? Is anyone looking for a CP/M guru? Call me.

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Old 12-04-2010, 07:09 PM   #5
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We would all like to know the future. Unfortunately technology progresses in ways that are sometimes unpredictable.

How about the unpredictable nature of technology and the resulting challenges trying to manage your career skills? Is anyone looking for a CP/M guru? Call me.
CP/M??? You must be an old-timer like me! How about TSX/RSX on the PDP-11?
 
Old 12-04-2010, 07:19 PM   #6
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CP/M??? You must be an old-timer like me! How about TSX/RSX on the PDP-11?
Missed it by a RCH. RSTS-E on a VAX followed, of course, by VMS. I was quite the VMS guru.
 
Old 12-04-2010, 07:22 PM   #7
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Hi,

Welcome to LQ!

I suggest that you speak with your project leader/mentor or professor for potential projects. Some schools have overlapping or on-going projects. Not all schools structure projects the same. Most accredited schools do suggest guidelines but no International guidelines to recommend projects since that area is controlled by the school itself through the academics & admin. Some projects are independent funded which dictates structure & design while others are funded by the individual thus free choice within the designated criteria. Still this depends on the school.

Others suggest that you need to think about composition and structure of your material presented. I do agree but since English seems to be a second language. You should be sure about material that is presented to be in a professional form. Be it to the forum or any professional communications, compose the presentation in a complete and correct manner.

We all make grammar errors when communicating. Try to minimize the errors. There are loads of online grammar and spell checkers for your use.

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Now for the CP/M, UNIX, AIX or even RSX users: Happy Retirement!

I could have added DR-DOS or 86DOS but have second thoughts.

For the IBM'rs BAL well into those Happy Days, looking for tomorrow.
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Old 12-05-2010, 10:59 PM   #8
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i am also searching for final year project/thesis topic on networking which will help me for my Ms in abroad.
See if you can get some ideas by following:
http://sourceforge.net/softwaremap/?...;]=trove%3A152
and
http://www.seminarprojects.com/Threa...rojects-topics

and also search Google by the following keywords:
Quote:
networking certifications

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