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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.

Computer-related professions
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.

Organizations
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

Computer sections
Intro  Etymology  History  Programs  Components  Networking and the Internet  Misconceptions  Future  Further topics  Hardware  Software  Languages  Types of computers  Input Devices  Output Devices  Professions and organizations  See also  Notes  References  External links  

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