Tuesday, May 25, 2010

Getting a Python/Django Job

Getting a job doesn't seem like a fun activity to many people.  I'm in the thick of it right now.  The problem is when you have a skill set that you really like and that you feel confident with that no company wants.  I feel like I'm in that place with Python/Django.

Sure, I've worked on the "corporaty" systems, ASP.NET, MVC, C#, etc., but what I'd really prefer to work on is python/Django on the web.  It doesn't seem like there are any companies hiring for that in Denver (or maybe I need to come up with a better way to find them?).  So I end up in an odd place where I wonder if it would be worth a.) going back to the corporaty things that get jobs (MSSQL, ASP, etc.) or b.) learning a newer but similar technology (RoR), and gamble that someone will hire me because I have previous experience in Django.

No one in Colorado needs Django work done?


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