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Where To Bet My Career

When I was in college, I remember, I used to be in great dilemma about what should I learn and where to put my time and energy. So many subjects, so many tangents and the great question – What to do to get a Job? The best I could do was not to say NO to any subject. I would learn a new language, program and apply the subjects I learned.
I would ask around, try and find what would be in market in next five years and then spend time evaluating options. It was in graduation that I started picking up Visual Basic, it interest me a lot and soon I was all into it. I was learning fast, applying fast. Would do things that were once considered out of scope for a language like VB.
And then the .COM bubble burst. Followed by much hype around Microsoft introducing .NET. I was already a long way into VB and then people started talking that VB6 will be scrapped and there will only be .NET. It was a heart breaker. I have to re-think what I should master now. Thus, I lay my hands on C and Unix. That picked too. I was writing and compiling kernel modules and doing good.
Soon, got an offer to work with a Company. Live Project! I joined and they introduced me to Groupware. It was so different from what I have done all these years. Almost an year passed-by in confusion as to what I want to do with my career. I had not touched PHP before, and here in this company I was writing PHP code.
I realized, there is much more in market than what I had my hands on in college. College gave an holistic picture of technology, but it was up-to me to find my interest and go exploring, diving deep. Thus, my question was justified – What will be in market in next five years.
Here’s my compilation on “Where to Bet My Career” for students who seek to find this answer.

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Where To Bet My Career: http://youtu.be/8fmtcNbDMB8

PS: In this compilation, I have highlighted various Domains, and Technology that would help correlate with.

I am a curious mind, always building and experimenting, trying things to decode their inner design. Kind of a small scale inventor ;-) I like to help people realise their passion.

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