guide for my future

By arul44ece arul44ece Points: 2860 | Level: Starter | Status: [Member]
Posted on: 4/14/2012 9:50:47 AM | Views: 2957 | Points: 30
Hi sir..

This is arul.....

I am BE student initially i got a job in MNC company .They select me as a programmer analyst .
but they put into technical support.level 1 activities.they told after 6 months will change into
development team.then i tried another job.
Now i am working in level 3 company as a software engineer in here most of the work in
SQL .but i want to became a .net developer.
Can you please guide me how to bacame a good developer.after 6 months i want to move an MNC company .
now i have 1.6 years need to gain knowledge with in 6 months.which area i want to focus.
can you please guide me.

Thanks and regards

Rajesh's Advice on Thursday, June 28, 2012 :

Sorry for the late replies.  A good developer should be familiar with
- c# (basics + lambdas, delegates, generics, list and dictionaries etc)
- entity framework
- and mvc (should be fairly familiar with basic web development trouble shooting using fiddler, firebug or any other tool, knowledge of httphandlers and httpmodules and how they work etc)
- javascript and jquery
- good knowledge of database including writing queries, subqueries, corelated subqueries, self join etc.
- basic datastructure and algorithms

Bonus skills:
- SharePoint

Rajesh Pillai

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Posted by: Amatya on: 8/14/2015 | Level:Silver | Status: [Member] | Points: 25
Mr. Rajesh Pillai has covered most of the topics, but i will add that you should also be familiar with Cursors concepts, and Table Variables in SQL

Best of Luck

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