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Hi everybody I'm not sure where to put a question like this so forgive me if I'm in the wrong spot.

I've just passed my college course C++ (had VB.net experience... if it matters) with a B. Is that knowledge enough to get a job somewhere or do I need more experience?

Any programming or programming relatedjob is fine even if its lower pay or lower end, I just need the extra experience.

Also I know passing one class of C++ doesn't mean I mastered it, so IF I were to get a job as a programmer, am I expected to know everything or do some companies provide some training for new workers as well?

Thanks!

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Hi everybody I'm not sure where to put a question like this so forgive me if I'm in the wrong spot.

I've just passed my college course C++ (had VB.net experience... if it matters) with a B. Is that knowledge enough to get a job somewhere or do I need more experience?

Any programming or programming relatedjob is fine even if its lower pay or lower end, I just need the extra experience.

Also I know passing one class of C++ doesn't mean I mastered it, so IF I were to get a job as a programmer, am I expected to know everything or do some companies provide some training for new workers as well?

Thanks!

I think an "internship" is where they provide some training.

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