Spike Fox

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Recent posts by Spike Fox

Hi,Ram:
i have 2 years experiences in JSF,but that is 2005-2007,i have not used it for 2 years. but i have worked for 6.5 years in this field.Can i apply this position.thanks. By the way ,i want to know what is "Remote" Java Developer,work at home? thanks for your reply.
9 years ago

Campbell Ritchie wrote:Please send your details to the e-mail address in the first post.



Thanks so much for the hint.But maybe i have no chance for this position.Because i'm in China.The work place of this position is Bangalore in India.
9 years ago
May you find a proper person for your job soon.I'm also interested in that position.
9 years ago
Good opportunity.But can you tell me about your package:18 Lacs per month or per year.I'm sorry.Maybe i have a stupid question,Pardon my words. i have no idea too much about india.Good luck.
9 years ago
May you find a right person for your need soon. Actually, i'm competent enough to fill this position,But it's a pity,i'm in China,and i'm a Chinese.I have worked for 6 years in this field, i have been living and working in Shenzhen which is a famous city in China.Good luck.
9 years ago

anarkali perera wrote:I have a computer degree.
i am a java developer.
I am waiting for an interview.I have a doubt if interviwer ask
what is your career goal ,what should i answer?



i really can understand your puzzle.Many candidates are often asked about this question,actually,they just want to know if you have a clear career goal ,and if you are an aggressive man ,not a loiterer. I think you can say like this,after 2 years,you want to be a project leader,after 5 years,be a project manager or a software artitect,and so on.just from my point.May you have a good interview.Good luck.
9 years ago
hi,Ireneusz Kordal

thanks for your reply,you give us a satisfactory explanation,it is very easy-understanding. it will work perfectly to understand what is the thread or how can i code a thread-safe program.

Fabiano Santa Clara wrote:

Mike Simmons wrote:(...)I would use FileChannel's transferTo() or transferFrom() methods to perform the copying, in hopes of getting something more efficient than traditional Java IO copying.

I've adopted this suggestion. It works perfectly, but I don't know if its performance is better than Path.copyTo.

Thank you all for responses.




I have coded a program which is used to test the performance. Finally i find implementing the copy file by FileChannel can take better performance than Path.copyTo.