I guess my problem is, I just don't know exactly what the good jobs want from me
I just don't know if the certification or Associates is even enough these days.
Here is a job I would like to get right now, but it asks a lot of things just like you said.
Matt Spencer wrote:90% of these jobs don't even ask for a degree or certification.
Matt Spencer wrote:They say you should master one language first, which is Java for me. Then I should be fluent in RIA's especially Flash(which I am sort of good at).
Matt Spencer wrote:I thought if I could study harder during this Java class, I could get certified and make my way up to an Architect.
Brian Foote wrote:a flaccid cabal of cartoon worshippers drooling over UML center folds ... totally divorced from the code
Matt Spencer wrote:I also think with this new free time, I can re go over my Web skills and learn new ones like Python.
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