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Application programmers are computer programming experts who specialize in coding programs, designing and testing program logic, and preparing programs for computer operations. These specialists work in offices where they code, install, debug and test new programs. They also monitor installed programs and troubleshoot when there is a problem.
The minimum education for an application programmer is an associate's degree in information systems or computer designs. Most employers prefer to hire applicants who have a bachelor's degree. Some experience in this role can be beneficial, both for mastering application programming and also for boosting employment opportunities. In addition to having the necessary job knowledge, application programmers must also have strong analytical, problem-solving and time-management skills. They must be able to work independently to identify and resolve the problem.
At your interview, the interviewer will want to know details about your work experience. They will also want to know if you have the necessary skills for the job. The success of your interview hinges on your ability to provide compelling answers that convince the interviewer that you are the right person for the job. Practicing your answers may help. At Mock Questions, you will find a list of commonly asked questions at interviews for application programmers.