By sandeeprr sandeeprr Points: 80 | Level: Starter | Status: [Member]
Posted on: 6/22/2013 11:03:17 AM | Views: 2367 | Points: 30
Hi, I'm 2010 passed out, I got job on SharePoint development after 8 months of search. The company stopped services and we had to leave. With 9 months of experience, I did not get any job calls. Later due to health problems, I was at home for a couple of months and worked as a website developer for 4 months in my hometown. Later, I felt that there are more openings on Java and did java course for nearly 5 months. But I'm not getting job in Java as a fresher coz i'm 2010 passed out. I don't want to put any fake experience. I'm confused. Dot net or Java? I feel there are more opportunities with Java but I have no experience. Currently I'm not getting job calls due to a year gap. Please suggest me what exactly I should do?

I'm seriously confused with .NET or JAVA?

Rajesh's Advice on Wednesday, July 03, 2013 :

Stick to your core skills (.NET). SharePoint is always an advantage.  Check out if any internship is available (many companies and startup offers that, though salary may be low).

But you need to good with your foundational knowledge to get into that.  If you are planning to get into java, then get into android development as well.  

Otherwise stick to .NET/SharePoint and build your skills around it including, javascript, jquery, css3, html5, single page applications etc.

I will also suggest look out for some professional firms, like CA', or, or some other areas jewellery store, hotel, stores, and if possible build some real applications for them on low cost, which will be really useful to them.  This will give you some real experience and some confidence to move ahead with your job hunt.

Otherwise not doing anything and simply worrying won't lead you anywhere.  Get up quick, and act fast.  No opportunity is small opportunity...  

All the best.

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