Is it correct to accept MS Dynamic CRM job after 6 years of .Net Developer Exp

By shoab.shah shoab.shah Points: 520 | Level: Starter | Status: [Member]
Posted on: 1/1/2015 2:43:36 PM | Views: 1095 | Points: 30
Hi All,
I have got an job offer in MS Dynamic CRM.

I have 6.3 years of .Net developer experience. In that around 3 years in Asp.Net MVC 3 & 4.

Is it correct to accept this offer. i.e. to work on MS Dynamic CRM for a year or so?

How it affects my career in long run?

Please guide.

Thanks in Advance.

Venkatmanohar's Advice on Thursday, January 1, 2015 :
Dear Shoab Shah,

Currently you can shape you career better in .NET MVC, WCF etc. If you want your career to be continued in MS Dynamic CRM then go ahead and try to build your career there only. If you want to come back after working for 1 or 2 years in CRM then its not quite advisable as you might get less opportunities unless if any company wants both CRM and .NET expertise. Please think twice and take a decision.


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