e secure or security

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career advice
Security careers
Security management
i did btech in ece  and did 2 month  training in embeded system and 6 month in java web applications and now working in the field of e security... suggest me what to do furthur either stay in same field and raise my experience and then do some certification in that field     or move for some govt job or moves my own ece field (embeded or vlsi) answer at   smohindru12@gmail.com

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java and embedded
ASKED: September 18, 2009  4:07 PM
UPDATED: September 22, 2009  5:16 PM

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You have to ask yourself what you like to do and what you want to learn more about. Not all experience is the same. Getting hands-on experience with what you like doing is your best bet.

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    i did btech in ece and did 2 month training in embeded system and 6 month in java web applications and now working in the field of e security... suggest me what to do furthur either stay in same field and raise my experience and then do some certification in that field or move for some govt job or moves my own ece field (embeded or vlsi) answer at smohindru12@gmail.com
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