Web Development Limit

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  1. humanity1

    humanity1 New Member

    Jun 2, 2007
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    Hello All:

    I would like to ask deep and theoretical question.

    my question is:

    what is the border and limit of a web developer knowledge? the web application development is a big, long and has too many branches.

    where does the web developer duty starts and ends.

    the IT specializations in these days are very much, for example:

    Web Design
    Web Development
    Database Developer
    Database Administrator
    System Administrator

    the technologies involved in the web development is too much also

    Database (SQL Server, Oracle ...etc)
    Programming (VB.NET, C# ....etc)
    Operating system (Windows server , XP ....etc)
    Connectivity (ODBC, OLEDB, ADO.NET ....etc)
    Data Presentation (HTML, DHTML, XHTML ....etc)
    Data Structure (XML, XSD ....etc)
    User Interface (Java, Javascript ......etc)
    new Technologies (AJAX, ....etc)

    Actually I dont know what to say, but after two years of development I am feeling my self (very beginner) and really dont have a full confidence because of the lack of view and knowledge of very related technologies to .net , in addition,

    when and where shall I convert a question to a Web Designer or system adminstratror?

    please help because I feel like that I am drawning in the IT sea, since I am originally coming from electronics background, and working in my organization as one man show

    it will be very helpfull if some one provide an illustrative graph showing the specialization in the IT and how they act as a team together and what are the duties for each post,

    is there any scinece for managing the IT knowledges?

    Thank you very much
  2. shabbir

    shabbir Administrator Staff Member

    Jul 12, 2004
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    Duplicate of [thread=4525]Question for Experts in web application development (Scope of Developer)[/thread]. Thread closed.
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