Will I get a break in an MNC?

By shankrappadotnet shankrappadotnet Points: 30 | Level: Starter | Status: [Member]
Posted on: 9/2/2010 3:42:27 AM | Views: 962 | Points: 30
I am a B.E. graduate, passed out in 2000 sept.
I worked as a system admin for 5 years.
After that i got an oppurtunity to work as dotnet developer.
Currently i am working as Software Engineer on DOTNET technology in a small organization with 2.5 years of experience.
My question is "Can i able to join any MNC as DOTNET developer?"

Thanks and Rgds

Sainath's Advice on Sunday, September 19, 2010 :
Hi Shankar,

Some key points - only your relevant .Net experience will be considered. Also, the topmost companies have set parameters for selecting candidates. Having said that, the programming field is a great leveller - it is purely skill-based and good skills are hard to find.If you develop your skills to a high level and are also able to showcase them to prospective employers there is no reason why you should not get a good break in an MNC. But be open to market feedback, treat a job rejection in the right spirit - be keen to learn what could have turned the tide in your favour and raise your skills consistently. Keep making adjustments and you should get through.


Sainath Sherigar

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