Listen, if you’re going to try to attract software engineering talent by posting jobs, read this. And if you’re a developer and you still can’t get this right, quit. Yes, I have seen some of these on recent resumes for supposed “developers.”
I am talking about the Microsoft .NET Framework. That is pronounced as “dot net” and spelled with a period followed by upper-case NET. It is not:
- Microsoft NET
.net (yes, Microsoft had some logos with this for a while but not anymore)
And while we’re at it:
It’s a software framework, not a programming language.
You can’t have 5 years experience in .NET 4, it just came out in 2010.
Stop listing your MCSD certification. 2005 was the last time it mattered.
There is no such thing as VB6.NET!