to get a job in MNC

By pavithra subramaniam pavithra subramaniam Points: 90 | Level: Starter | Status: [Member]
Posted on: 6/30/2013 12:34:06 AM | Views: 2365 | Points: 30
hello sir, now i am studying 3 year computer science engineering. what are the things i want to do to make my resume different? and i want to do any certification courses which is best ? wat i want to do to get good job? which is useful presenting paper or attending conferences? please guide me!

Rajesh's Advice on Wednesday, July 03, 2013 :
Hi Pavithra,  
Couple of things
Forget about certification for now, although studying for the same is good.  Concentrate on the below following items.
1.  Solid grasp on data structures and algorithms
2.  Object Oriented Concepts and principles including SOLID principles, GRASP patterns.
3.  Master JavaScript (nothing like this)
4.  Solidify your database skills
5.  Understand about HTTP, TCP/IP etc.
6.  Master any web technologies like ASP.NET, (PHP or Rails)
7.  Understand about MVC pattern (as any web technology will lead to this pattern)
8.  HTML 5 (Get a good grasp on this)
9.  CSS3 (Get a good grasp on this).
10. Study about UX and usability design.
And then go for certification related studies..
Attending conferences is good, but presenting paper even better as it gives a boost to your self confidence.






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Posted by: Ankit_Parmar555 on: 7/6/2013 | Level:Starter | Status: [Member] | Points: 25
Thank you Rajesh
Its really useful
Posted by: Ankit_Parmar555 on: 7/6/2013 | Level:Starter | Status: [Member] | Points: 25
Thank you Rajesh
Its really useful

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