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Hindi lahat ng IT kailangan ang accounting knowledge. I've seen several IT programs na walang accounting subjects.I spoke about IT's need of accounting knowledge, it's a very very intricate knowledge they need hindi basic laang.
^ yes hindi lahat. But we are talking about Accounting and IT here.
^ I set it as an example you can review, and I also mentioned that I am speaking of programming line of IT. If sa networking/tech support like I think you do - basing on your CISCO avatar; accounting is a lot harder IMO.
Kaya pala 20K lang ang CCIE kasi super dali. c",)
"It's only hard when you don't understand it." - Unknown
^ i did tech support/networking job for less than a year FYI. Nevertheless, what the quote says is true.
Dipende kung san ka masaya. Ako dati bored na bored ako sa Accounting namin kasi boring yung prof parang ulyanin narin lagi pang nagagalit lol
Tapos yung tinuturo niya mukhang madali lang naman pero dahil nga bored na bored ako sa subject na yun sobrang nangamote ako ng kalaunan. Pero pag programming kahit may pagka-hirap ineenjoy ko siya! At dahil dun gusto ko ulit mag-aral! Bow!
"mahirap" is very subjective. What may be difficult to some may not be necessarily be difficult to others.
We need to take into consideration the external factors as well(i.e. institution, financial constraints and what-have-you)
Accounting is much much more difficult as an undergraduate course.
Once you pass the CPA boards and you have a grasp of the concepts, it's already a bit easier from then on.
IT, in the context of software developers, meanwhile is much more demanding in the workplace. There are a lot of skills which you will only learn in the workplace, and technology constantly changes.
ano pa man yan mga repakols. mas mahirap ang magmahal. kaya nitong sumira at bumuo ng buhay.
still accounting is the best. both deals with logic in overview. still accounting is the best based on my point of view.
wtf? kung ganun pala eh bakit mas maraming nadedebar sa accountancy?bakit mas maraming lumuluha na mga estudyante? ang accountancy merong IT sa course nila.. eh ang IT ba marunong magaccounting? takte,, eh parang pinagandang tawag lang yan sa comsci.
Meron kaming accounting kaso "basic" lang. Basic accounting.
Dipende sa school, meron din nagtuturo ng accounting softwares like SAP.
Anyway I think this is not a course war.
just look in the industries/companies.
Most of the reason waket kaunte an.g trabaho dahil sa "IT" most of the operations eh automate na wala ng gaanong human intervention/manual process.
Engr/Comscie/IT me basic ng accouting wala lang siguro *** deeper accouting like "AUDIT" etc but just check kung ano mga naproduce ng IT/CS meron ng Tax Calculator, Automate Audit at kung ano ano pa.
Ciguro *** ginagamet na tools ng accounting eh galing sa CS/IT un
kaya *** na humusga hehe
(iniiwan sa mambabasa) hehehe
dito ko na answer yung PM mo.
Wala naman masama dun, masyado mo namang sineryoso hehehe. That's ok.
Good luck nga pala sa result ng quiz mo
It depends on the person. As an IT person, usually pag developer ka, you have to study different disciplines for the reason that you're making a software for them (banks, hospitals, accounting firms, etc) that deals with data handling including the functionalities like computations that accountants do.