i put 3 years experience as a sql developer i want to clear resume which is suitable for my experience

i put 3 years fake as a sql developer.i want suitable resume for my experience

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asked Oct 31, 2013 at 09:28 AM in Default

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What is your question? Are you looking for help in writing your resume?

Oct 31, 2013 at 11:10 AM sqlaj 1
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Whilst you may perhaps have gone about it in completely the wrong way, you have made an important step in your career. You have learnt that you can reach out to the SQL community and they will respond.

You cannot gain 3 years of experience in a moment using the internet you have to actually DO the 3 years to get the experience.

Please don't be disheartened by the answers you have received but see the positive side and take the correct action. Like me, your knowledge is small, your experience is little and your approach needs refining but every single person started from a position of knowing nothing about a subject

If you are wiling to put in the work

Repeated for emphasis

If you are wiling to put in the work

you will enjoy a wonderful career and make many friends along the way.

My suggestion to you is - Whatever situation you find yourself in your career, if you want to be a part of the SQL world, take a step back and understand what you don't know and then ask better questions of the SQL community such as

  • Could you direct me to sources of information about ...........

  • Where would be a good place to start learning about..............

  • I don't know anything about .......... please can you suggest some good reading material

  • What books, blogs, videos would you recommend a starter in ..... field

  • I read this post but I didn't understand this point could someone explain it

If you do that you will find that many people will be glad to help and assist you.

If you choose to follow a different path then you will find that this is not the place for you and I believe that your career will not be rewarding for you.

The choice is yours. I wonder which way you will go.

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answered Oct 31, 2013 at 05:27 PM

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I would echo @fade2blackuk's comments - there is no instant substitute for the experience, which won't solve your immediate problem, but you should find solace in the fact that others are very willing to help you to learn, should you wish to, and welcome those with a positive attitude to join our community.

Oct 31, 2013 at 06:07 PM Dave_Green ♦

yeah, I think this should be marked the answer, not mine.

Oct 31, 2013 at 07:17 PM Grant Fritchey ♦♦

@Grant - as you wish...

Nov 01, 2013 at 06:16 PM ThomasRushton ♦♦

I picture you handing Grant a kitchen pot as you say that

Nov 01, 2013 at 06:33 PM KenJ

I'm going to take a shower now.

Nov 02, 2013 at 10:56 AM Grant Fritchey ♦♦
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Why on earth would you go to a web site filled with hard working people trying to be better at their jobs and improve their knowledge in order to ask us to help you cheat your way into a job? There are some of us who are both, knowledgeable and out of work. I'd rather help those who have done the hard work of learning and growing get jobs than help someone who hasn't done anything other than fake out a resume get a job. Honestly, it's insulting.

It's also a very poor choice on your part. You have an email address nravi.bits@gmail.com, on display here. Do you use that to submit for work? What if a potential employer were to do a search for this? They might have been able to overlook your lack of experience, but data professionals are, by definition, put into positions of trust within organizations. They are letting us have access to one of their most precious resources, their data. And if they search for your email address they're going to find evidence of you attempting to cheat your way into the job. That's not going to engender trust.

I'd suggest deleting that email account & then start the hard work of learning SQL Server.

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answered Oct 31, 2013 at 12:37 PM

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Grant Fritchey ♦♦
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I'm going to make a couple of guesses here as your question is as well formed as your honesty within the recruitment market.

1 - you have applied for a post and have said you have 3 years experience as a SQL Developer?

2 - you now need a resume that backs up the statement on the application.

Even if someone from this community supplies enough information for you to fake the content of a resume how do you possibly think you can answer the technical questions at the interview? You wont have a chance to submit each question here as they ask it and in all honesty you wont understand the answers either.

With the best will in the world, I'll quote a friend of the family who is quick to dismiss daft requests. "Jog on Pal".

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answered Oct 31, 2013 at 05:01 PM

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HI Ravindra http://ask.sqlservercentral.com is s SQL Server Community to help technically .we cant help you on this concept

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answered Oct 31, 2013 at 11:26 AM

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Remove it. Work on SQL Server for 3 years. Add it again.

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answered Oct 31, 2013 at 04:42 PM

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