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Anyone for the SCJD in China?

 
zknyy wolf
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I deal with the project 2 months,contact to me.
E-mail:Temony@sohu.com
有考SCJD的跟我联系啊!
 
John Smith
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I am in Afganistan, does it mean we can't talk? Perhaps the meaning of the Model-View-Controller pattern is different in China? Or maybe "localhost" is 127.0.0.2 in your country?
Eugene.
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Victor Pan
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I am from China. But I think it is no need to discussing with the same contry people. On my opinion, I'd like to talk to any people in any country on SCJD topic, if he or she can understand my Chinese-English.
Javaranch is really a very good place. Java makes us gather at here.
 
zknyy wolf
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Oh! Eugene Kononov ,please don't jest me.my English is poor,so I want some chinese contact to me.at last I like Victor Pan's words "Javaranch is really a very good place. Java makes us gather at here."
 
HS Thomas
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Hi zknny,
This is a good place to learn English, too.
I find my English is not as good as I thought it was (or as it once was). I've run out of practise as 90% of the time I write code. Other lines of communication were telephone or e-mail and my written English has suffered.
It's interesting that Eugene is from Afghanistan. One could assume from his posts that he was...English.
regards
 
John Smith
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It's interesting that Eugene is from Afghanistan.

Well, not really. I am originally from Russia, but I am a US citizen and I've lived in Massachusetts for 13 years. The point that I was trying to make is that I could be in Afganistan, and yet be able to contribute to this wonderful forum as well as learn from others. Incidentally, Java in not only a multi-platform, but also a multi-cultured language, with its support for internationalization, networking, and security.
There is only about 1 billion people in China, so you get much more diversity of opinions here, in this international forum.
So, is there anyone here from Western Massachusetts, -- I'd like to discuss the reflection feautures of Java and how they can be applied in this part of the state?
Eugene.
[ February 01, 2003: Message edited by: Eugene Kononov ]
 
HS Thomas
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Oh ! I did think your surname sounded Russian.
Anyway , the point I was making is that I'm sure there are some people in Afghanistan who write English as well as you do. Practise, practise,practise.
quoted by Eugene, who I agree with on the following:

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Incidentally, Java in not only a multi-platform, but also a multi-cultured language, with its support for internationalization, networking, and security.
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But,....Has Sun started accepting assignments and the essay exams in Chinese ?
Are there enough assessors who understand Chinese?
How much useful info (like you'd get here) is translated into Chinese, Japanese or vice versa ? (Now there is an idea if you were a Java Guru in China,Japan)
I am sure there are some Chinese Java forums there that have useful info that could be shared with the rest of the Java World.
English is ,currently, the medium for information exchange.
Isn't Internationalisation just that a wider range of characters are recognised from Mongolian to whatever they speak in the Antarctic?
I haven't heard of reliable translators that cover this wide range of languages .
But they are working on it. e.g. T-mail.
Wonder how they'll handle
Bg Hlp 4 U Jv frm .
regards
P.S. I'm not English, but having lived and travelled in several parts of the world , aren't I glad that I speak English?
I just wish that I could write it well. :roll:
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zknyy wolf
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thanks all for your opinions,in china there are many forums of java,but i like here because there are more care and ......(excuse,i can't express my idea.)
In one word,I love java,I love this place too.
 
Zhou Can
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I am from China . Connect with me .
I have finished my assigment for near a month and am checking it now.
 
HS Thomas
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Hi zknny,
Keep in touch with us too and let us know what's happening with Java in China.
With a bit of luck we will know what's happening
in Western Massachusets...

regards
 
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