Career after Break

By mail2ceenu mail2ceenu Points: 0 | Level: Starter | Status: [Member]
Posted on: 6/25/2010 7:24:17 AM | Views: 2112
Hi i have 4 years of experience in and c# ,but i lack in some basic skills i tried to attend some interviews but could not clear , i want to take break from career and prepare for basics and advanced concepts like WCF and LINQ. as there is not much growth in the co where i work i want to take this step . will i be in any trouble if i take break and apply.
Please suggest me .
Thanks in Advance

Sainath's Advice on Wednesday, June 30, 2010 :

It is never advisable to take a break and prepare - my observation has been that this usually does not work. Whatever preparation you need to do has to happen alongside with your current job responsibilities. Taking a break will eventually put pressure on you and you may not be able to do full justice and learn new skills. Moreover, the IT field demands that you learn to put in 1 hour towards upgrading skills everyday somehow, irrespective of your workload.


Sainath Sherigar,

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