Nilay Mitash wrote:
Also I have a domain which I have bought recently, I am going to develop a web site for it as soon as I get free from my upcoming end semester exams.
These are my target projects of this year(don't have specific ideas about the projects titles yet):
-Desktop App using Java
-Develop a Web Application
-Develop a web application using J2EE Frameworks (Hibernate and Struts)
-Develop Android app
-Develop IOS app
Henry Wong wrote:
It may help to get more clarity on the projects listed -- as with many of them, they are very vague.
For example, "develop IOS app" can be as simple as installing an SDK and emulator, and writing a "hello world" program to something much more complex than that. However, whatever project you choose, I recommend something demonstrable -- I think it would be cool to actually pull out your iphone during an interview, and showing you work (assuming that it is more than a hello world app, of course).
Jayesh A Lalwani wrote:If you have the option, you might be better off getting your initial experience in India. It's easier to find entry jobs in India than in the US. Also, are you settled on returning to the jersey area. Being flexible with location opens up your options.
Nilay Mitash wrote: I guess he could help me but I have never really asked him.
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