The Growth of Industrial Revolution 4.0 and the Preparation of Software Engineers in Digital Transformation at Makers Institute Indonesia
Keywords:Industrial Revolution 4.0, Full-stack Engineer, Internet of Things (IoT)
The transformation of business models using increasingly big data analytics is one of the most significant changes in today's modern corporate culture. The emphasis in contemporary business has switched from a product to a platform. Human resources as Full Stack Engineers are required to respond to changes in business with the dimensions of the Internet of Things, Big Data, Augmented Reality, and Artificial Intelligence. Efforts to develop Full Stack Engineers are necessary since this is a worldwide and national stage for Software Engineers in the Industrial Revolution Era 4.0. The purpose of this research is to establish the hard skills of prospective Software Engineer graduates from an information technology institute of engineering and technology and the skills needs of the business world in the real world. Makers Institute Bandung's experience in managing Full Stack Engineers has revealed that there is a gap between what they learn in college and what is required. One of the gaps is that what is taught in the classroom does not apply to what is required in the workplace. There isn't truly a relationship. One of the issues that prospective Software Engineers confront is the lack of a robust model of thinking when it comes to constructing device integration.