regarding career guidence

By pksr20 pksr20 Points: 40 | Level: Starter | Status: [Member]
Posted on: 8/2/2014 4:19:03 PM | Views: 1828 | Points: 30
hello sir,
my self prem. i have completed my B.E(ECE) in 2013.then after i have done s/w testing course..after searching job in s/w testing ,,i find that maximum company Not allowed B.E/ for s/w testing..after that i decide to do a cousre in s/w..and i have choosed .NET ,now i'm doing ..but i confused that after that what should i do..means which fied i should i have to go either Web applicatin,Or Database Or application developer??? ,,please give me some suggestion..which one have more chances to getting a job in present & future with good salary package..and aslo give me suggestion about Microsft MTA Certification, in MTA which EXAM i Should appear?? as afresher??

Venkatmanohar's Advice on Friday, November 28, 2014 :
Dear Prem,

Sorry for the delay in getting back to you. At this moment I suggest you do not look for any certification and first try for JOB. Being an ECE engineer you can go for either testing or development. Your impression that will not get job for testing being an Engineer is wrong. I suggest you for for development as you have already trained in .NET. You can go as application developer. As a fresher go for any stream of development initially and try to cherish in the given stream. Once done you can chose your path without any hesitation as you will know how to learn and deal with your career.

Hope this helps.


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