This week's book giveaways are in the Jython/Python and Object-Oriented programming forums. We're giving away four copies each of Machine Learning for Business: Using Amazon SageMaker and Jupyter and Object Design Style Guide and have the authors on-line! See this thread and this one for details.
Hi, I'm a software prof. and has been in Java related development since 1998, I work for a very big corporate and was in santa clara from 98 to 2000 , in April 2001, I was posted to India Development Center, so far so good... It was good developmental work in J2EE including EJBs till Jan, 2002 but believe me it has vanished now... ! I have been consultant to many big software firms here in India - and no company seems to have real development going on, either their software engineers are involved with work related to bug fixing or testing OR at many companies these engineers are even being used for customer support :-( Still the new job market atleast in India is okay, I mean the recruitment is on but work is not there... Fewer companies have got any project to start from scratch - enhancements are in every project... At this point of time, Sun is asking developers to get certified on EJB ??? Is it being used ?
Don't know about India but that is the case with many companies. Our company is not doing anything new for the last six months. Bug fixes, automating the testing process and some small features as asked by clients (mostly cosmetic) but no new development. So is the case with other companies where I have friends. Vasu
Hey Sam, I noticed that you seem to have a history of cross-posting to multiple forums. Please avoid doing this in the future. It is found to be extremely annoying among those of us that frequent multiple forums and is generally considered bad netiquette.
This is more appropriate in the job discussions forum, not in here or the other place you posted this. As far as in the USA there is plenty of EJB jobs. On the server side, I would not use anything but Java and EJBs. Mark