benjik wang

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Recent posts by benjik wang

I guess that my resume looks real bad. I have changed 4 companies during less than 3 years :-)
13 years ago
just my $0.02.

Based on my experience, they have zero (if not, closed to zero) value in job market.

I took them only because they are free (free vouchers from employer or beta)
and I think it is a good chance to force myself to learn. And in turn they do help me perfom better in job interviews.
13 years ago
That is possible. American companies might move their software development efforts from india to china to make them closer to their manufacture centers there.

But I do not think that they would ever move due to the cost. Actually the average cost for IT is much higher than in India.
13 years ago
Thx all. I did all the mock Qs in HFEJB and ejbcertificate.com. Also I did a couple of trial tests (each with less than 15 Qs). That is all.
15 years ago
passed bcd with 97% yesterday. many thanks to Bert for writing HFEJB and ejbcertificate.com for mock exams. In my preparation, HFEJB is the only book I used (read it three times). I only read several pages of spec for undertanding some final mock Qs in HFEJB. I did all the mock Qs in ejbcertificate.com.
15 years ago
Thanks for reply. I am not sure if you can synkronize on an attribute of context or not. If you think context as a collection, an attribute (name/value pair) is just like an element of a collection. So the question will be if you can get a lock only on some element of a collection?
In page 197 of HFSJ, it says that "Synkronizing on the servletContext makes it thread-safe from any other code that also synkronizes on the servletContext". I am kind of confused. Is this a java rule? (i remmember that there is no such rule in plain java)
I am wondering if entity bean useful or not. In my project, I use DAO/VO/Ibatis SQL map with session bean.