Which 1 MCSD or MCSE is better for job seekers

Discussion in 'MCSD' started by Aws, Feb 7, 2005.

  1. Aws

    Aws Guest

    Hi,
    I am a 30 year old man, lives in Denmark with Master MSc
    in IT from IT University of Copenhagen and BSc in
    Electronics and Communications.
    I am originally from Iraq... and couldn't get job here in
    DK because it is not allowed for foreigners to work easily
    I considered taking some MS certifications to support my
    search in other countries in EU countries... my main
    objective is to get a job... I already program in ASP.NET
    and C# and have experience about Networking.... and much
    more...
    Which certifications should I consider to get JOB!! MCSE
    or MCSD?
    Thanks Aws
     
    Aws, Feb 7, 2005
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    Guest Guest

    You probably know more about the job market in Denmark from the perspective
    of a foreign national than anyone else here would. If you know C# and that's
    what you love doing, then the MCSD track would seem the way to go. I would
    also highly reccomend that you learn SQL Server (database modeling, SQL
    queries, T-SQL stored procedures, etc.), becuase having that skill makes a
    programmer much more versatile and marketable. Over the coming years, there
    will be less demand for pure programmers, and most of the higher paying IT
    jobs will revolve around Business Intelligence.
     
    Guest, Feb 8, 2005
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    gustavgmcsd Guest

    if you are oriented to programming I do suggest MCAD,
    then MCSD (on more exam to be last one), MCSA->MCSE is
    intended to networking and servers...

    hope it works...
     
    gustavgmcsd, Feb 11, 2005
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