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Getting Your Next C# ASP.NET Job

Posted by Dom Millar Articles | Career Advice August 17, 2012
I do on the odd occasion write a few articles about getting a job in the industry and this is the first of a series of posts I am writing about getting a .NET/C#/ASP.NET job.
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Whilst domscode.com is generally about learning .NET and iOS development, I do on the odd occasion write a few articles about getting a job in the industry and this is the first of a series of articles I am writing about getting a .NET/C#/ASP.NET job. I have interviewed many .NET developers over the years; I have been to quite a few interviews, some good and some bad. I have spoken to many colleagues about getting a new .NET job and the JOB LIFECYCLE. I am not saying these articles are gospel, they are just my personal opinion; if they make sense to you that's great. Any feedback would be welcome.

Getting your next C# ASP.Net job: The Developers Job Application Lifecycle

This is the second part of a series of articles I am writing on "Getting your next C# ASP.Net job".

So to me the job application process is more than just the interview. There are actually many parts to the process and in this series I will explore each part individually. I see the developer's job application lifecycle as including the following:

  • Deciding to get a new job
  • Finding the job
  • Create the resume (I will include a sample .NET resume here)
  • Sending in a resume
  • Preparing for an interview
  • Sending in a response to selection criteria
  • Preparing for an interview
  • The interview
  • After the interview
  • Maintenance

Next: Deciding on a new job.

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