Professions and organizations::Computer
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Professions and organizations As the use of computers has spread throughout society, there are an increasing number of careers involving computers.
|Hardware-related||Electrical engineering, Electronic engineering, Computer engineering, Telecommunications engineering, Optical engineering, Nanoengineering|
|Software-related||Computer science, Computer engineering, Desktop publishing, Human–computer interaction, Information technology, Information systems, Computational science, Software engineering, Video game industry, Web design|
The need for computers to work well together and to be able to exchange information has spawned the need for many standards organizations, clubs and societies of both a formal and informal nature.
|Standards groups||ANSI, IEC, IEEE, IETF, ISO, W3C|
|Professional societies||ACM, AIS, IET, IFIP, BCS|
|Free/open source software groups||Free Software Foundation, Mozilla Foundation, Apache Software Foundation|
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