Just Learning experience and no Hands on..Will it work out?

By samyuktha samyuktha Points: 305 | Level: Starter | Status: [Member]
Posted on: 6/1/2012 5:18:15 AM | Views: 2930 | Points: 30
I am experienced in .net 2.0. but i have been good enough to train myself in 3.5 (WCf,LINQ) and silver light and MVC. but i have no projects on these advanced areas?

Can i be successfull to get a better opportunity?

Rajesh's Advice on Tuesday, June 05, 2012 :
Yes definitely.  Just keep on building your skills, keep updated yourself, and opportunity will arise.  Learn about real life implications of these technologies, the better practices, the gotchas and you will be good to go.

Sometimes opportunity takes a bit time to reach you, sometimes it may be somewhere around hidden.  You just need to  look around and and you don't know from where it arrives.

That is be alert and have presence in social communities with your skills.

Best Regards,
Rajesh Pillai

Samyuktha said on Wednesday, June 06, 2012

Thanks so much for your encouraging words...
any clue to get aware of the " real life implications of these technologies, the better practices, the gotchas". I have people working in MNCs and small companies.. but just a hear and learn is not working out that much with interviews... they still keep saying you had a big break in your career and you are currently doing a trainer role or you are only doing academic projects.... i am still wondering how should i prepare? but i will not give up ... need a clue to learn the real life implications of the advanced technology. is there any site?

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Posted by: Ermahesh2009 on: 7/16/2014 | Level:Starter | Status: [Member] | Points: 25
real life implications means take a project and complete it using that technologies .

like school management , profile management etc

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