At 48 is it possible to change career and become an Asp.Net Developer?
I have very little internet experience. I use to be in sales. I want to start a new career in the web development field with Asp.Net. What are my chances to succeed at my age?(48). Can I expect to learn the material in 1 year at 3 H of study & practice per day? Please give some advices. Thank you so much for your time.
Asked By: - 7/9/2009
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Nothing stopping you from a career change as long as you have realistic expectations. For example, if your sales career was paying you $100K, don't expect to start in a new field at the same rate. Look at what others in the field are getting for starting salary and base any job prospects on that... More
Answered By: Jim Maryland - 7/9/2009
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I would check with your local community college. I do not mean ITT schools or something like that. I exactly mean your local community college or whatever fits your budget. You will find they can be quite honest about what you would require to be an ASP.Net developer.
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