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Nothing is impossible for a willing heart. Nobody was born to be a programmer.
In Washington DC, there is a computer college. Its students have disparate backgrounds. Graduate from Arabian lanaguge of Peking University, Singer from
Chinese Music University, just name a few.
Spouses of most Chinese students in USA
chose to learn computer science. They
go to some College to get a degree. So far,
It seems none of them failed in getting a job.
As I landed in Toronto, one of my students'
brother-in-law hosted me. By training, he is a
businessman. After some self-training, however, he has become a Java programmer. He is appreciated by his boss and his salary has increased from 36K to 46K within 6 months.
The issue is whether you are determined.
In addition, it depends if you can teach yourself. If you cannot, you need go to school
to benifit from teacher's expertise.
Certificate cna help you, but it is not enough
for job hunting. I son't suggest you take MCSE. It will cost you a lot of money but
does not help you much. There is an overproduction of MSCEs.＜本文发表于: 相约加拿大:枫下论坛 www.rolia.net/f ＞