Originally posted by Kishore Dandu:
That is what I am feeling after two rejects I received last couple of weeks.
Both needed a senior software developer. When I got into the interview, they started asking questions beyond my skillset(somewhat relevant, but things I haven't started working on due to demands on current job).
I have a feeling you need to know struts, JBoss, Weblogic clustering setup, database modelling etc to land in a job(in addition to your knowledge of J2EE, EJB, JMS etc etc).
- The bottom 20% needed to pack up and change careers.
Originally posted by Rob Aught:
Indeed, I wish they would. We still have a lot of hanger-ons from the dotcom days that simply refuse to go away.
Originally posted by Dmitry Melnik:
Guys, when you are talking about percentage ("top 5%" would be an example), what do you exacly mean? What criteria you think are being used for ranking the pros?