Top 10 Career Advice by C# Corner Experts

We all are bound to improve our career and lives and what could be the better way than learning from experienced and experts. C# Corner has been a wonderful resource for developers to learn, share and grow for last 15 years and we, as C# Corner members must continue to do so.

To help this, I have compiled a list of top 10 (alright, may be a few extra) top career advices given by C# Corner experts and authors in this list. Check them out and don’t forget to give your feedback and share them with your friends and co-workers.

In this article, C# Corner founder Mahesh Chand advices on how one must continue to improve herself/himself. Continuity is the key to momentum.

#2 How to Prepare For An Interview (Non-Technical)

Are you going for a technical Interview? Just because it is a technical interview does not mean you should not be prepared for non-technical questions. Read this advice.

#3 How to Approach a .NET Interview

Are you going for a .NET interview? Veteran developer, Microsoft MVP, author, and consultant, Mike Gold advices you on your approach to a .NET interview.

#4 Are You a Real Programmer?

Not all of us are made to write code. In this article, C# Corner founder Mahesh Chand asks you to take a challenge and see if you’re a real programmer.

#5 Writing on a Community Website Vs. Personal Blog

Do you have a personal blog and wonder why you should also be writing for a large community?

#6 Choosing Your Next Job: Good Work Vs. Good Money

Are you confused between choosing a good work or good company? C# Corner founder Mahesh Chand shows you a path.

#7 Choosing Your Next Company: Corporation, Medium or Startup

You want to know how it is different to work for a large cooperation, a medium company, or a small business. Read what C# Corner founder Mahesh Chand has to say.

#8 Knowing When to Leave Your Programming Job - Part I

Veteran developer, Microsoft MVP, author, and consultant, Mike Gold gives you a hint when you to leave your current programming job.

#9 Knowing When to Leave Your Programming Job - Part II

Veteran developer, Microsoft MVP, author, and consultant, Mike Gold gives you a hint when you to leave your current programming job.

#10 And here are some bonus articles

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