12th ke bad java + dot net sikhna chahta hu kya aachi job mil sakti hai

0 603 Views | Posted 2011-09-12 09:35:48
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    Vikas Naidu | Contributor-Level 10

    2011-09-12 09:43:56
    First finish ur graduation and Before starting career in software industry i would like to ask u r u very much confidant on any of the programming language. Can u independently handle any language? If ur ans comes yes then only think for software development line or testing line. Every line is good only depends upon u how much depth knowledge u have. As far as salary is concerned It depends upon u how tactfully and technically u have cleared ur interview not upon the degree or certificate u have with u. If ur ans goes to no for programming then some other line as well for ur career. Being a Electronic engineer u can choose embedded sys
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    Neeraj Kumar | Guide-Level 12

    2011-09-12 09:43:48
    if you want to do java then you work hard so much java is very wide language and have so much frame work more than 64 framework, dot net is also good it is Microsoft product , while java is sun micro systems product , maximum defence level project made in java becuse of security , you can learn dot net now dot net and PHP both in good demand

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