What to learn to enter into mnc's as 2 years experienced

By srikanthsomarthi srikanthsomarthi Points: 50 | Level: Starter | Status: [Member]
Posted on: 5/23/2011 7:22:44 AM | Views: 6275 | Points: 30

This is Srikanth,Iam 2009 B.Tech Passout.I couldn't get job as i passed my btech.So,Out of my Programming Interest In December 2010 i started learning dotnet and in March 2011 i got job as a trainee in a small company.At present iam working on webforms (binding to database),Gridview (designing,coding and sql connection) and same with formview,OOPS Concepts like polymorphism,Inheritance and Interfaces.This is what i know in these two and half months.

Now it is Already 2011 so i have a gap of 18 months... i want to enter into MNC's as 2 years experienced dotnet developer in next 4 to 5 months after becoming thorough with all concepts Required.

This is my position.My Question is what are the other Basic Concepts i should learn as per expectations on a 2 years experienced candidate.Please Help me Out Experts...!!!!!!!

Sainath's Advice on Tuesday, May 24, 2011 :

In my opinion, duration of experience (no. of months / years) is not as important as quality of experience i.e. broad base of technologies worked upon and proficiency gained.From what you have stated, at best your current level of experience can be counted as something between 6 months to 1 year, it cannot be considered as 2 years experience. Having said that, you are fortunate to have got this work as it is starting you off correctly. To be a strong contender for getting a berth in an MNC, you need to master few more areas. Rajesh's earlier post in this regard should help you.

("Essential skills for web development")


Sainath Sherigar,

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