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My name is Georges and i am a recent graduate. i have worked as a software developer for about 6 months and now i am jobless. i would please like someone to please advice me as to how i should go about learning new skills such as developing in languages that are high in demand.

Posted 11-Nov-12 9:32am

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It is very difficult to say what you should learn or what not. This is more a question you have to answer on your own. Points that you should consider are: What do you like more? What are you good at in this moment and what do you think you should improve?

About the languages in high demand... it depends another time of many factors. Real-Time processes? Embebbed solutions? Web? Database? Industry? PC-World? Each sector has its own "favourites". I don't think you will need the same if you want to work in game development than if you want to develope software for hospitals or for a big firm or for a bank.

In resume, first of all. Find out what you like and where do you think that can be good for you (going to a workplace where you enjoy is the most important thing). Then investigate a bit what do you need to have a work in this area.

Programming world is too wide and nobody can be good in all subjects.
Mohibur Rashid 11-Nov-12 21:43pm
reply by op
Thank you for your response it kind of open my eyes.

Originally posted as answer, which is deleted
Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov 11-Nov-12 23:50pm
Fair enough, my 5.
Nelek 12-Nov-12 3:09am
Thanks for pointing out the comment :)
Nelek 12-Nov-12 3:09am
Thank you Sergey

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