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I am at square one in learning programming. Currently taking a QB4.5 course and want to continue with visual basic. I am getting conflicting information about where to start. Some say VB2005 others say VB2008 and every version between gets a vote from someone. I don't want to waste time learning...
I completed my engineering in branch IT, but now I don't want to go into the s/w (software) field. I'm much more interested in networking and hardware. What are my options for switching over?
I've been working as a pre-sales, technical consultant for more than two years, and I have two questions: 1. What's the highest attainable level in the technical consulting career path? Should I expect to see a senior level or managing position? 2. What tools should I use to keep developing...