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However, you need to do more practice to be talent enough for your future assignment.
1. Since you have the MCSE certificate (although it's not so useful), you'd better start learning VB, SQL, ASP, or any other skills of MS. But be aware, that VB or VC is just a tool, what you need to learn is the concepts of this industry, and the most popular trends. Make sure you understand what a database is, and what you can do with it. So as to the internet.
2. Visit Microsoft's web site, there are lots of helpful information there.
3. Try to find a company where you can do as a programmer. It's really helpful for you.
I assume that you DO want to be a programmer in the future (image what will happen to you if you stay at the same table, facing the monitor, 8 or 10 hours a day, and 5 or 7 days a week).
Rollor is correct, you are just a lillter brother here, so be patient.
BTW, I was a hardware engineer in automatic control field 11 years ago and my major in university is not CS. I make up my mind to become a software engineer (for me, it's the only thing I am interested in). And I have worked with Micro Assemble, C/C++, VB, PB, Delphi, SQL, Oracle, Informix and Sybase, under Win NT and Unix. Now I am working in Java under Linux. And, I can say that I was a good programmer/anlyst in the past, and still as I. What I want to say is, you can be any one if you really want, and only if you really want.
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