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Dear All,
I am a .net developer having experience of 2 years, i am currently working on asp .net 4.0 and I have little knowledge about the M.V.C architecture, Now i wan to change my job, because i am having knowledge only about the, some of my friend told me that there is only M.V.C architecture jobs in market, there is no jobs on, is that true, will i not get any job on Please suggest me.

Any help will be highly appreciated.
Posted 15-Mar-13 7:41am

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First of all, if you think that ASP.NET and MVC are alternatives, think again:[^].

As to the advice by friends,
Folk wisdom says:
Why do you need enemies, with such friends? Smile | :)
Don't blame your friends though; it was just a joke, but with a very practical hint: always use your own brain. If you look at other questions on this site, you can see that ASP.NET flourishes. However, if you look at the first paragraph above and just look around, you should understand that using ASP.NET and not learning MVC would be pretty silly.

I doubt you have right attitude in general. If you face with technology you don't understand well right now, don't consider it as a hassle; consider it as an opportunity you don't want to miss.

Good luck,
Manish Sahdeva at 16-Mar-13 10:18am
To clear mvc interview i have to work on live project, and it is not in my hand, that whether i will get mvc live project or not, i just want to know the opportunity in indian I.T industry.

Please suggest me.
Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov at 16-Mar-13 20:43pm
Do you or do not, that is as simple as that. Of course you should work on live project, but you can makes some project for yourself, to start with.
Manish Sahdeva at 17-Mar-13 11:45am
Thank you Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov, you helped me alot.
Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov at 17-Mar-13 12:19pm
You are welcome.
If so, please accept the answer formally (green button). :-)
Manish Sahdeva at 24-Mar-13 6:14am
Yes, sure.
Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov at 24-Mar-13 11:11am
Thank you.
Good luck, call again.

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