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  • Fdai
    I am not sure.
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  • Fdai
    What does it take to get an IT job?
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  • Jayaram123
    any forums for microsoft .net?
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  • carlosdl
    Jayaram123, you can post your .NET questions here on ITKE. Just create a new question and tag it with '.NET' and any other tags you consider appropriate.
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  • Starzine
    great answer.
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  • Renie66
    Worked there on and off for 20 years...Go elsewhere until this Recession dies down-
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  • ITWendy
    I'm going to school and majoring in Information Technologies. Is there any specific area I should really be heading towards with my Bachelors?
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  • Petpat123
    There are many factors involved in my opinion. IT moves very rapidly. I would first start out with studying what I like best such as web development, business intelligence, networking or localized programming languages such as C, C++, Java, etc. If a person has an interest in an area then the study part will come a lot easier. Once I have a good grasp of a few areas, I would then try some interning while still studying. In this way, you can get to know people in the field who may have their own contacts who might be able to help you out regarding an entry level position when you do graduate. Hope this helps....
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  • Jaideep Khanduja
    Sure. I would like to have some.
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  • Chippy088
    ITWendy, you should really start a new question, rather than complicate the current thread. You would be well advised to keep your eye on the situations vacant section, as they will give an indication of gaps in the market. Once you are in a company, you can try to get additional training that will be useful to your employer, and make you highly employable at the same time. Problem with specializing is the technology could move on and you will be left behind if the company is lacking in foresight to keep their employee skills current, but you will need to keep pushing them as well. Keep your eye on what is becoming hot in the market place and get training in that area.
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