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Saurabh Kumar

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Recent posts by Saurabh Kumar

... But in my friend's case whether the process get approved or not because he got his degree certificate in the month of october 2008 even though he is having 3 years of experience.



The degree certificate has the date of completion of the course,which matters.

The degree certificate would have the date(year)of 2006 indicating that your friend completed the course in 2006. So, it won't matter if your friend got the degree certificate in 2006 or 2008 as long as it shows the year of completion of course.

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Saurabh
11 years ago
Thanks to all of you.

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Saurabh
12 years ago
Hi,

Would you please suggest me a book that provides best practices/ways to improve performance of Java applications.

I found this book on google- " Java Performance Tuning, 2nd Edition by Jack Shirazi". Please let me know your views about this one.

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Saurabh
12 years ago
RFE is Request For Evidence.
In some cases, USCIS asks your H1/L1 sponsor some additional information to be sent in a timeframe. You should ask/persuade your sponsor to send the required information.

Your case will be resumed when USCIS receives this information.

I think its too early to say anything about the final decision.
Be hopeful.

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Saurabh
13 years ago
Thats true...
I had the same thing in mind but perhaps couldnot explain in better way as you guys did.

Thanks for your explanations.

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Saurabh
13 years ago
Hi,

"Code to Interface" means you write your program to an abstract type(a super class or an interface) and not to a concrete implementation.

for example:
when you write:

You are coding to the concrete implementation- ArrayList.

whereas when you write:

you are coding to an abstract type: List interface.

So, in the first piece of code, the object "myList" is highly coupled to a particular concrete implementation(ArrayList) whereas in the second piece of code it is loosely coupled.Moreover, doing so, you can achieve better flexibility. You can use 'myList' object for any concrete implementation of the abstract type- List.

Hope this helps.

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Saurabh
13 years ago
Congrats Shanmugam!!!

How much work experience do you have in Java/J2EE. I have around 4 yrs Java/J2EE experience so just want to know if it would be too early to go for SCEA.

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Saurabh
That may be because it's the including page(not included page) which sends the final response back to client.

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Saurabh
Yes,uri value can be the path of TLD.
If URI is pathname, it is interpreted relative to the root of the web application and should resolve to a TLD file directly, or to a JAR file that has a TLD file at location META-INF/taglib.tld.

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Saurabh
Yes, "time-out defined by servlet container " is the default value for session timeout defined by the container.

Most of the containers let you set this default timout period(I am sure of WebSphere atleast).

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Saurabh
Thanks William for your encouraging advise.

I have started working on your suggestions.

Would professional certifications like SCWCD/ SCEA lead to better job prospects?

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Saurabh
13 years ago
Setting Session Timeout in DD:

0: session never expires.
-1(negative value): session never expires.
value greater than 0: session expires after that value.


Setting Session timeout programatically:

0: session expires immediately.
-1(negative value): session never expires.
value greater than 0: session expires after that value.

Hope this helps.

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Saurabh
In all the above 3 conditions, the response would be commited.
So if jsp:forward is used after any of these 3 conditions, it would result in IllegalStateException. So jsp:forward won't work...

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Saurabh
Yes,If a bean already exists in the specified scope, it doesn't create one in that scope.

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Saurabh
I am in IT industry for almost 4 years. But I have not done full-fledged development projects.
I have been working on production support/maintenance projects. Nature of my job has been limited to resolve routine issues which doesn't involve coding(bug fixes some times).
Sometimes I get to work on some enhancements tasks in the existing application.Though I have been working on java, j2ee(JSP, servlets) for 4 years although I have not done any development from scratch.
I try to learn through books/foroums/sites to keep myself updated but still it makes me feel doubtful about my knowledge/experience and I don't feel much confident.
I sometimes feel that I am heading nowhere and will have to face problems and how would my career grow...

Shall I try to get into development projects,Would professional certifications help?

Your words of advise may give me confidence and may help me shape my career.

Thanks and regards,
Saurabh
13 years ago