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Old 11-12-2010
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Naughty networking or programming
  

hi frds and i needa no something tht whether netwroking has a good scope or programming?i ask this cuz im doing ma graduate and then if ul suggest sometig to do thn il move into wat is good!

so i heard tht programmin is a restless life with thuggles and struggles!

so wat do ul suggest!

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Re: networking or programming

It is completely depend on the interest of yours. If you enjoying the programming then it won't be struggle for you. And if you are good in networking then you should go for same. Both are having good scope and hard work. Now days people are running for Networking as there are good scope. so if you can then go with the desired profile and make your career.
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Re: networking or programming

thanks men for ur reply so could u get me some good programming sites!
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