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I work for a medium sized company, but I am still the jack of all trades.

Everyday is different. However I work in a very fast and dynamic industry.


 
 
 
 


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You may find that those that come from an enterprise background (potentially overseas) tend to use the formal industry standard titles  such as Solution Architect, Enterprise Architect, Software Engineer/Developer, Business Analyst, Software Project Manager, Systems Engineer etc..  These are professional titles and tend to require a decade or so of related experience to get to.


More generic titles can be used if someone is starting out in a field, or sometimes if performing a specific role within a team. For example, programmer is a job title for a junior software developer.  Network administrator, is the junior form of Systems Administrator, but it can also be a specialised role for someone working in a systems team.

Some of the professional titles require experience doing others for a while, for example, a Solution developer would be capable of doing Project Management, technical and application architecture, business analysis, applications development, software testing and would have a good overlap (but would not really do) solution and enterprise architecture.

Update: Oh, I forgot,  IT Pro is usually a term used by marketing people when talking to non-IT people, personally I tend to use the formal titles.





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