Nageswara Prasad Nakarikanti wrote:Hi Satish,
Congrats for your book, Flex3 with Java.
I would like to know, as SUN is coming up with Java FX, how can we compare Flex 3 with Java FX.
which one is seamless / efficient with Java.?
Nabila Mohammad wrote:How do you write an impressive Resume when you dont have a long list of acheivements and experience and still want it to look good.
And dont want it to sound like "just another empty hollow resume"??
arulk pillai wrote:I share the same view as Bear. It is okay for the beginners, who don't have any experience to show that they are motivated and capable. If an experienced professional thinks that gaining certification is one of his/her greatest achievements, then the prospective employer should be cautious.
So, I would say
-- It is helpful to understand the basics.
-- It is useful to beginners and career changers.
-- It is a hype to think that certification alone will open more doors for you or make you standout from your competition.
-- It is a waste of time , if you are already an accomplished professional.
arulk pillai wrote:You can pick any product to learn SOA. Once you understand the SOA fundamentals, you can get upto speed quickly in another product. If you understand XML, XSD, WSDL, XQuery, XPath, Web Services and JMS, then learning to use a product should not be too hard.