career in python..

By sakthirockz sakthirockz Points: 50 | Level: Starter | Status: [Member]
Posted on: 12/2/2011 3:48:55 AM | Views: 3887 | Points: 30
sir, i am sakthi from chennai..i did my btech (2010 passed out) and currently working in small IT firm..just 2 months back only i had joined this company..currently they have put me as a python salary is very low and also i had signed a bond for two my question is whether i could join a MNC at the end of this two years..i am really very much worried about my future..some ppl are saying open source is an upcoming field ,so its have great scope, but i am not convinced with those any cost i want to enter into an MNC..what shall i do sir??? almost i have 2yrs to go with this comany.. guide me sir..

Rajesh's Advice on Friday, December 02, 2011 :
All experiences are important irrespective of technology most of the time.  What matters is your attitude to technology, applying it to solve business problems and correlation  with other complimentary  tools.

Python experience is good.  There are many companies that require this skill.  But don't restrict yourself to this.  Learn complimentary skills during your 2 year period like..

1.  Understand fundamentals of  object oriented programming, web programming, javascript, jquery, css, html5
2.  Learn ASP.NET or Java (as these are things that biggies goes for enterprise development most of the time)
3.  Master couple of database (at least from a developers perspective)

After two years you will be good to go....

Just keep learning and keep your eyes open.  Read technical journals, attend tech conferences, local user group meetings, participate in forums.

With respect to python, learn more about it,  learn above the basic MVC pattern,  check out Django.. etc..

All the best.

Sakthirockz said on Friday, January 06, 2012

thank you sir...but in our company they are not using the technologies like java. what i can do in this case??..self learning??..i would be happy if you mention some MNC's using this python technology..and also is it possible for me to switch to some other domain like java or with two years of exp in python..

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Posted by: Prst on: 9/30/2012 | Level:Starter | Status: [Member] | Points: 25
i suggest u dont select a technology (either java or based on its demand.
see if u get interested by it.
if u like python, u can make a career in it.
Posted by: Rajeshk on: 11/22/2012 | Level:Starter | Status: [Member] | Points: 25
hi sakthirockz ,

Go for Django you will have better future because like .net its also a framework for developing apps there mostly used language is python and also learn webtechnologies of microsoft later

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