There are many paths in Technology,
It depends on the interest of you
To start the technology you should understand the basics , choose what you are interested and there are lot of open source videos available in YouTube to get basics to advanced level in that particular domain.
All the best ! Get started!
Since tech is such a wide field, the good news is there's as many ways of getting into as there are people in that field :)
If there are some applications of technology, or some products that interest you particularly, for example an app or a game, or maybe some kind of electronics, maybe start by looking into how those things work and are made. That should give you some things to explore and learn, and naturally they'll lead you to learning other things in technology !
Happy Learning !!
In fact, there are different careers in Technology, e.g. development, system engineering, application support, database administrator, system administrator, etc. Each of them have their specific domain of knowledge and skills. Also, within these careers, there are also difference specialization platforms. E.g. There are different developer types, e.g. Web, Apps, ERP, System, etc. It may require the skills of different programming languages.
I suggest you could explore more on different careers and find out what you have interest on. On the other hand, I would recommend you to complete the Computer Science or Computer Engineering courses (subject to your interest) in the college. It can give you an overview on all different Tech areas. You can then decide which aspect you would like to develop your career.
Hope this helps! Good Luck!
How do things work? How does a YouTube video stream? How does an email reach someone on the other side of the world in 2 seconds? How does one kind of energy transform into another kind of energy? There is so much data all around us - text as well as nontextual data! Is it possible to get insights from this humongous amount of data? Is there a pattern that could possibly be found?
Questions such as these and others intrigued me and still do! I know very little, honestly. It's not about technology, technology to me is just an enabler to see the world differently and solve problems.
Be curious, very curious!