Originally posted by abhijit awasthi:
I am posting on this forum for the first time. basically sharing the situation I have and requesting your valuable suggestions.
I am an experienced individual (~8.5 yrs) and have worked with leading players in India such as Infosys and Cognizant. However I have left my job a month back to honor some personal commitments. Now I have solved my issues on the personal front and am looking out for a job. I am aware that searching a job these days is not that easy and will take some time. I am confident of my competencies and am confident of clearing any interviews as well. However, am just wondering whether a gap in my professional career (which is 1 month currently and is increasing day by day) will be a hurdle for me to get a good job? Do companies normally filter out cases which show similar gaps? Am I heading towards a disaster?
If anybody has faced such a situation already, could you please share your experiences?
Your words will be of enormous help and support to me. I badly need a job now to take care of my family.
Thanks in advance.
[ October 11, 2008: Message edited by: abhijit awasthi ]
Originally posted by Devi Ramadass:
Any Inputs Please....
Originally posted by Roberto L�pez L�pez:
We want Hibernate to check this just when it starts up (e.g. after every jBoss restart). Is there any init() method or anything similar that could help us?
Thank you in advance.
[ October 07, 2008: Message edited by: Roberto L�pez L�pez ]
Originally posted by ramesh kancherla:
why we need to define hashset and
if I saved parent bean it contains hashset then its childeren beans will save or not
can any one please tell me
Thanks & Regards
Originally posted by Arvind Mahendra:
your atoms and molecules become part of other organisms so in that sense you never really die.
Originally posted by Ninad Kulkarni:
Thanks to all members of javaranch for given moral support
still hunting for job atleast an interview call to perform
Originally posted by Satish Chilukuri:
You have to pay enormous bribes to get a government job and the only way to recoup those "expenses" is to take bribes.
[ October 02, 2008: Message edited by: Satish Chilukuri ]
Originally posted by glok art:
More long-term onsite exposure
Originally posted by ishan kalra:
so thinking in that way ... How much challenging and pure technical stuff I will be working on, with MULE and Open source ESB
Originally posted by Venkat Div:
I am a post graduate in Computer science from IIT Roorkee with five and half years of experience in java ,j2ee and unix shell scripting. I am from India and single . Currently i am working in a product based company with salary of INR 10 lakhs per annum and planning to change company.
I am considering two options.
a) to join a good startup company or product based company here in India
b) to work 1 or 2 years in a foreign country (Europe or Australia) and come back to India.
I am not considering USA for job as i don't have H1B visa and applying and getting it takes minimum one year from now.
i am inclined to 2nd option because of following reasons
a) international work experience
b) opportunity to visit different places
c) to save some more money than i do now in India
I don't have much idea about work, work culture etc in Europe and Australia. I am not able to decide in which direction to go at this stage of my career.
Those who are working in these countries or java/j2ee domain please advice me. Any suggestions are welcome. Thanks for reading my lengthy message