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Question for Andy related to "Land the Tech Job You Love"

 
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Hey Andy,

A question for you. "Land the Tech Job You Love" this is exactly what I want. I am an EAI - Biztalk developer. But have not worked on many projects related to it but have worked on Dot.Net projects. How do I prepare for Biztalk to get more opportunites in that. Please help .

Thanks Aparna
 
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Interesting..I am also looking out for such info
 
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aparna dingankar wrote:Hey Andy,

A question for you. "Land the Tech Job You Love" this is exactly what I want. I am an EAI - Biztalk developer. But have not worked on many projects related to it but have worked on Dot.Net projects. How do I prepare for Biztalk to get more opportunites in that.



I'm afraid I'm not familiar with Biztalk. Is it possible to get a Developers' Edition as a free download or something?

The key is you want to work on your own projects using Biztalk to get familiar with it, to show that you have used it. It's not the same as having real working experience, but it's better than nothing.

Read everything you can about BizTalk. Join BizTalk mailing lists. For that matter, ask on those mailing lists about how you can get more into BizTalk on your own time.
 
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The idea is good to work on own projects for Biztalk for practising purpose. Thanks Andy will definitely try that way.
http://www.codeproject.com/KB/biztalk found this site useful for doing self projects for Microsoft platform tools / languages.
 
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