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<snip>Programming skills, XML, SQL is not so important. Navision programming is very hard for Visual Studio junkies - a Navision programmer is not really a programmer, but a business consultant who expresses business rules "just by chance" in software code & object configuration.</snip>
c) answering MIBUSO... :-) (learning)
the more knowledge = more salary + more projects. Less knowledge = more expectation + more working hours + small projects.
David Cox wrote:
<snip>5 years Navision, .NET, Sharepoint, Web Design etc: and this is more inline with requirements and marketable, you need to expand your skills"</snip>