What's it like to be an Integration Engineer?
Integration Engineers are Software Engineers who specialise in working with large and complex software integrations. They plan and implement integrations of enterprise-scale technology platforms using the most secure and cost-effective strategies.
Integration Engineers need coding skills and expertise in a variety of modern software technologies. They work for a broad variety of technology-driven organisations in industries such as IT, software development, professional and technical services, and systems engineering.
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How to become an Integration Engineer
- Complete a relevant degree, such as a Bachelor of Computer Science, Bachelor of Information Technology or Bachelor of Software Engineering. This usually takes three to four years of full-time study.
- Look for internship opportunities while studying to build your experience and receive mentorship from experienced Software Engineers.
- Consider enhancing your skills by completing a postgraduate degree, such as a Master of Computer Science.
- Gain experience in roles that develop your programming and software development skills. You could start off as a Programmer or Junior Developer.
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