UseThe ability to use technology to achieve goals. This ranges from individuals who are vaguely familiar with a tool to power users who know everything there is to know about a technology from the user's perspective.
AdministrationAdministration is the deployment, configuration, customization and maintenance of a technology. Operations is the process of supporting technology environments to achieve service level targets such as high availability. This is somewhere between administration and development as operations is often highly automated and requires the ability to write code.
DevelopmentThe implementation of technology such as a software developer who writes code according to an architecture, design and set of requirements.
DesignThe design of hardware and software. For example, a software designer who breaks a large problem space into a number of manageable and independently deployable microservices. The design of technology may be separated into a variety of areas such as software design, user interface design and information design. technology structures. For example, a technology architect who designs the network infrastructure for a data center.
Strategy & VisionThe ability to lead and set technical direction for an organization, platform, product or community. For example, a Chief Technology Officer who develops a business plan to build a series of 34 strategically placed data centers to expand the platform and services of a cloud computing firm.
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