New MCSD *Still* No Job??

Discussion in 'MCSD' started by FG, Feb 5, 2005.

  1. FG

    FG Guest

    Well got my MCSD (pass all exeams real easy) well before
    Christmas, yet still no Job.

    I'm an MCSD and know all about VB.NET yet no ones wants to
    give me a programming job!

    The only offer I've got since be sacked from the scrap
    yard, was as a packing clerk with gsome goods yard, which
    the social expects me to take.

    My mate said it was easy to get into windows crap, so what
    can I do?
     
    FG, Feb 5, 2005
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  2. FG

    Anonymouse Guest


    >-----Original Message-----
    >Well got my MCSD (pass all exeams real easy) well before
    >Christmas, yet still no Job.
    >
    >I'm an MCSD and know all about VB.NET yet no ones wants

    to
    >give me a programming job!
    >
    >The only offer I've got since be sacked from the scrap
    >yard, was as a packing clerk with gsome goods yard, which
    >the social expects me to take.
    >
    >My mate said it was easy to get into windows crap, so

    what
    >can I do?
    >.
    >



    Suicide
     
    Anonymouse, Feb 5, 2005
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  3. FG

    FG Guest

    Very funny you go first.
    I guess you don't like the fact I'm a MCSD, I doubt you.

    >-----Original Message-----
    >
    >>-----Original Message-----
    >>Well got my MCSD (pass all exeams real easy) well before
    >>Christmas, yet still no Job.
    >>
    >>I'm an MCSD and know all about VB.NET yet no ones wants

    >to
    >>give me a programming job!
    >>
    >>The only offer I've got since be sacked from the scrap
    >>yard, was as a packing clerk with gsome goods yard, which
    >>the social expects me to take.
    >>
    >>My mate said it was easy to get into windows crap, so

    >what
    >>can I do?
    >>.
    >>

    >
    >
    >Suicide
    >.
    >
     
    FG, Feb 5, 2005
    #3
  4. FG

    Guest Guest

    MCSD is a certification for professional software developers. Reading your
    post, there is no way to tell if you have never written a line of source
    code in your life.

    "FG" <> wrote in message
    news:0ad201c50b6a$c1f699d0$...
    > Well got my MCSD (pass all exeams real easy) well before
    > Christmas, yet still no Job.
    >
    > I'm an MCSD and know all about VB.NET yet no ones wants to
    > give me a programming job!
    >
    > The only offer I've got since be sacked from the scrap
    > yard, was as a packing clerk with gsome goods yard, which
    > the social expects me to take.
    >
    > My mate said it was easy to get into windows crap, so what
    > can I do?
     
    Guest, Feb 5, 2005
    #4
  5. Hi FG,

    You haven't said whether you have any (on-the-job) programming experience at
    all. You haven't said what the job market is in your area for the type of
    job you are looking for. You haven't said what types of qualifications
    employers in your area are asking for. You haven't said whether you have any
    other qualifications such as a college degree.

    One thing you can do to gain experience is offer to write some software for
    a non-profit company for free.

    --
    Cindy Winegarden MCSD, Microsoft Visual FoxPro MVP
    www.cindywinegarden.com


    "FG" <> wrote in message
    news:0ad201c50b6a$c1f699d0$...
    > Well got my MCSD (pass all exeams real easy) well before
    > Christmas, yet still no Job.
    >
    > I'm an MCSD and know all about VB.NET yet no ones wants to
    > give me a programming job!
    >
    > The only offer I've got since be sacked from the scrap
    > yard, was as a packing clerk with gsome goods yard, which
    > the social expects me to take.
    >
    > My mate said it was easy to get into windows crap, so what
    > can I do?
     
    Cindy Winegarden, Feb 5, 2005
    #5
  6. FG

    kDog Guest

    Hmmm... You're an MCSD and you know ALL about VB.NET and
    nobody will hire you? Maybe nobody wants to pay a
    fucking packing clerk to write "windows crap".

    >-----Original Message-----
    >Well got my MCSD (pass all exeams real easy) well before
    >Christmas, yet still no Job.
    >
    >I'm an MCSD and know all about VB.NET yet no ones wants

    to
    >give me a programming job!
    >
    >The only offer I've got since be sacked from the scrap
    >yard, was as a packing clerk with gsome goods yard, which
    >the social expects me to take.
    >
    >My mate said it was easy to get into windows crap, so

    what
    >can I do?
    >.
    >
     
    kDog, Feb 6, 2005
    #6
  7. FG

    kevin Guest

    You need to put together a decent CV.

    Look online for a format that meets market standards, You
    don't mention your previous work experience but without
    commercial experience your going to have your work cut
    out.

    Get together a CV and put it in front of an agency, look
    online for the job you want and tailor your CV to suit
    the role.

    Start with one Agency, get an interview at all costs even
    if you have to blag your experience. You won't get the
    role but the interview experience is good to have.

    Any emploter wanting an MCSD qualified candidate will
    also want commercial experience, as will probably be
    looking for an enterprise or project architect. The will
    probably also want to know you have solid practical
    skills so you can understand developer needs.


    >-----Original Message-----
    >Well got my MCSD (pass all exeams real easy) well before
    >Christmas, yet still no Job.
    >
    >I'm an MCSD and know all about VB.NET yet no ones wants

    to
    >give me a programming job!
    >
    >The only offer I've got since be sacked from the scrap
    >yard, was as a packing clerk with gsome goods yard, which
    >the social expects me to take.
    >
    >My mate said it was easy to get into windows crap, so

    what
    >can I do?
    >.
    >
     
    kevin, Feb 13, 2005
    #7
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