python

Karthik Reddy challakarthik at gmail.com
Wed Feb 26 02:27:19 CET 2014


Thank you,

but from by reaserch i got these requirements ......

Python, django, Twisted, MySQL, PyQt, PySide, xPython.

 *Technical proficiency with Python and Django.
 *Technical proficiency in JavaScript.
 *Experience with MySQL / PgSQL.
 *Unix/Linux expertise.
 *Experience with MVC design patterns and solid algorithm skills.

Core Python, DJango Framework, Web2Py, Google App engine, CherryPy ( Basic Introduction)

The problem for me is whether i have to learn all these technologies to work as a python developer......



                                                                              On Tuesday, February 25, 2014 12:58:15 AM UTC+5:30, CM wrote:
> On Monday, February 24, 2014 3:31:11 AM UTC-5, Karthik Reddy wrote:
> 
> > I worked as a weblogic administrator and now i am changing to development and i am very much interested in python ......... please suggest me what are the things i need to learn more  rather than python to get an I.T job. I came to know about  Django but i am in a confusion please help me .........
> 
> 
> 
> I recommend you look at job advertisements in areas you'd like to work (both
> 
> areas of the world and areas within IT) and see what they seem to want.
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> 
> Also, consider more informative subject lines to future posts.  :D



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