carrier advice required

By krithikachetan krithikachetan Points: 90 | Level: Starter | Status: [Member]
Posted on: 3/20/2014 2:13:37 AM | Views: 2701 | Points: 30
hi sir,

i have dotnet technology experience of 2.8 years,in my last company i was working as asistant software engineer because of project rampdown they rolled me off.Again i am searchig job now,i am in confusion whether to go back to dotnet again or search some other job because of following reasons:

1.I need flexible timing job,because i have small kid.
2.i am an average student,i dont know whether i can survive here for long time.
3.Even though i have 2.8 years of exp i dint get much exposure new technologies.

So please suggest which sector in the IT industry is better for me.


Deeraj's Advice on Saturday, March 22, 2014 :

Hi Krithikachetan,

I don't think there is a job in the IT industry to get away easily. In my experience, I have seen very good programmers who had average academics. It purely depends on your passion and confidence levels. The moment you lose confidence, no job is going to be easy. 

Please put additional efforts to improve your knowledge on .NET. In IT industry not only technical domain is important but also your analytical and logical skills are a mandate. 
As part of your learning, I would suggest you to write programs that need applying complex logic, the moment you are successful, you could sense improvement and gain confidence. 
So, please gear up, gain confidence and move on. 

Cheers, Dheeraj.

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