Eagerly waiting for carrer advice

By mnm220671 mnm220671 Points: 50 | Level: Starter | Status: [Member]
Posted on: 2/15/2015 3:07:20 AM | Views: 1071 | Points: 30
I have been doing practicals for asp.net at home from you tubes tutorial by tutorial.
I have completed my mcp cetification in vb.net and sql server 2000.
I have been practising questions from careerride.com and attempting exams .
I have come across your website only today and henceforth I would like to practise from your site.
I am not good at coding level since I am from commerce background and I was into dotnet erp implementation
which felt very interesting to me. I have above 5 years of experience in erp implementation and now willing to be in development.
I have been practising above steps but just help me what steps more should I take to become a dotnet developer.
I have applied for job but not getting any interview calls.
I have 11 years of exp in accounting AND 3 years in Tally ERP Implementation,3 years in dotnet Erp implementation and 4 years in sql database.
total I have 21 years of experience.PRESENTLY PREPARING AT HOME FOR INTERVIEWS.
I will provide any further information if required.


Venkatmanohar's Advice on Monday, February 16, 2015 :

Dear Meera,

I suggest you to stick to ERP implementation. After looking at all of your experience it is better you stick and look for ERP implementation related Jobs or SQL related jobs. If you are passionate to learn development you can do that but it is always better to shape up your career in what you already have as a strength.

Please do write to us if you have any further queries.


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