Sunil Chandurkar

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Recent posts by Sunil Chandurkar

Hi,

I am thinking of investing time in re-learning Java and Spring. I am a Certified Java Web Developer. Problem is all my work experience is in PHP Web Development. Will employers consider me if I know Java Web Development well but my work experience is in another language.
I am concerned that employers will easily find candidates with 8 years experience in Java and not consider me.

Thanks for any input.

Regards,

Sunil Chandurkar
1 year ago

Jeanne Boyarsky wrote:

Sunil Chandurkar wrote:Is JSF necessary too?


No. You should know something for the front end, but it doesn't need to be JSF. And of course HTML/CSS/JavaScript



Cool. Thanks Jeanne
3 years ago

Campbell Ritchie wrote:This is the sort of confusion you get if you enter somebody else's th‍read and read a reply intended for somebody else.


Sorry about that Ritchie.
3 years ago

Campbell Ritchie wrote:

a few days ago, ICampbell Ritchie wrote:. . . We get many people taking degrees part‑time where I am. . . .

That may be what you have to do if you have to maintain your day job.



I am already a Web Developer. I know MVC, Design Patterns, Unit Testing, Data Structures and Algorithms. Just want to transition from PHP to Java.
3 years ago

Les Morgan wrote:A college degree in Computer Science.

I've had "web developers" that decided to become "real programmers", do yourself and your future coworkers a BIG favor and get a degree and do it right.

Sunil Chandurkar wrote:I have a similar question. I am an experienced PHP Web Developer. I know Core Java, JSP, and Servlets. What more do I need to learn to become a Java Web Developer. From what I have read online, people suggest I should learn Hibernate, Spring, and of course JUnit. Is JSF necessary too?



I am 43 and have to support my family. Can't take 4 years off and go to college.
3 years ago
I have a similar question. I am an experienced PHP Web Developer. I know Core Java, JSP, and Servlets. What more do I need to learn to become a Java Web Developer. From what I have read online, people suggest I should learn Hibernate, Spring, and of course JUnit. Is JSF necessary too?
3 years ago
I have got a job, well the employer has hired me on a week's trial basis. If he thinks I will be a good fit after a week he will retain me or let me go.
I find this rather unusual. Maybe in this economic environment every employer is being cautious.

The job involves programming web forms, shopping carts etc. in PHP and ASP and also write queries for a FoxPro database.

Will this job help me a fresher with no experience to get a Java job in the future?

How long should I stay with this firm before looking for Java jobs?
11 years ago
Yo Bob!

There are still 13,027 Java jobs posted on Dice. Please don't give up yet.

Sunil
11 years ago

Originally posted by Shilpa Roy:
In terms of high salaries which country among the following is the best for technologists working in investment banks?
USA / UK / Australia / Canada / Singapore



Shilpa,

Let alone salaries, we aren't even sure if Investment Banks will continue to exist.
11 years ago
I plan to learn Spring and Hibernate. What should I start first?
Roshni,

Consider yourself very very Lucky if you even get a job offer in this disastrous economic environment.
11 years ago
I am experiencing this vicious cycle right now. Seems like all firms want Java Developers with 3 years experience.

After spending money on classes to learn Java and paying for Certifications, now I also have to work for free to be employable.

This is just pissing me off.
11 years ago

Originally posted by Imran Jack:
Cause for Credit Crunch- Outsourcing



Most irrational thing I have ever heard about this Financial Crisis.
11 years ago
You will get free tuition and a small stipend if you get admission in an MS program and a Graduate Teaching Assistant position.
11 years ago