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Ashok A Kumar

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Recent posts by Ashok A Kumar

Hi Ranchers,
What is Network Neutrality? what is it all about??
9 years ago
Assuming that you have little understanding of Garbage collection

I think your question is about finalize method, Garbage collector will firstly call the finalize method (Implicitly), Whenever its ready to release the storage of your used object.

IMO , Don't call the finalize method explicitly on your own, finalize() can be used to observe and understand the process of garbage collection.

Wish you all success..

Ashok
10 years ago
Brendon,
Check the below link and it might help you to prepare in hibernate on interview perspective, However i suggest you to spend some time in understanding the need of ORM, Why Hibernate and how its better than other ORM's ..

http://www.developersbook.com/hibernate/interview-questions/hibernate-interview-questions-faqs-3.php

Hope it helps...

My List

Into the wild
A Beautiful Mind
Mystic River
Boy in striped pyjamas
Crash
Manchurian candidate
Training Day and it goes on and on...


10 years ago
Amrut,
Apache Struts 2 Web application development by Dave newton is a very good material and he is member staff in JR and modulator of Struts forum, He promptly responds to all the struts related queries ( Being avid reader of JR and Struts Forum) i can say that, You can post all your struts related question and you will get it answered for sure..

IMO, I suggest you to buy a book instead of reading and learning online, A Good book will always helps you to understand the basics before moving too advanced ( I've experienced it personally after reading HFJ by K&B)


Wish you all success..
10 years ago
Hi Prithvi,
Gone through the links that you've provided, Really heplful and informative, I believe understanding JSF is not easy, .. WE have long way to go.. Keep me posted on good links and tutorials on JSF....


Wish you all success... javascript:emoticon('');

Ashok
10 years ago
JSF
Hi Prithvi,
Even i'm new to JSF after going through your questions and found these links are helpful ( IMO).. Let me know your views

http://www.jaininaveen.com/?page_id=136
http://blogs.sun.com/enterprisetechtips/entry/using_cdi_and_dependency_injection

Regards,

Ashok
10 years ago
JSF
Just done some qucik research about J2ME, As mentioned by gaurav understanding J2ME is kind of complex (IMO), On the other hand if you want to become iphone app developer you need to understand the Objective-C and Cocoa API.. i think they are proprietary and intended for iPhone and MAC OS..


Android will be a hot cake ( IMO) .. Considering the open source community strength and support towards it..

Wish you all success..
10 years ago
Yes Prithvi, Considering the current smartphone consumer market ( As it grows day by day) the demand will defanately increase for the qualified and experienced mobile app developers (IMO).. Focusing on J2ME or Iphone development is worth doing it..


Thanks.
10 years ago
Hi David,
Thanks for the links and i've understood the difference between these two, However I've started learning struts long back and i've felt the learning curve is kind of steep, Parallely i've started updating myself in JSF and understood it has very distinct and significant advantage over Struts.. These are all the points that i've come across

• Eliminated the need for a Form Bean
• Eliminated the need for a DTO Class
• Allows the use of the same POJO on all Tiers because of the Backing Bean

Kindly advise me on the above, Your valuable suggestion will defantely help in moving forward and it will shape my learing path.

Thanks.
10 years ago
Hi Prithvi,
IMO Surviving in the present market (Assuming you are refering Indian IT Market) depends how technically competent they are, after 4+ years of hands on experience in java the must have skill sets ( IMO) are

1) Should be really strong in Core Java (Collections,Generics, Multithreading, OOPS and Exception Handling)
2) J2EE Stack ( Strong in JSP's Servlets and EJB's (Optional) )
3) Framworks (Struts or Spring)
4) ORM ( Hibernate or IBatis)
5) Database ( Preferably Oracle and expert in writing complex Queries)
6) Experience in HTML, Javascript , IDE's ( Eclipse or RAD) Weblogic or websphere or any equivalent app server are default

Technology is moving towards the advancement day by day, So having knowledge in below Skills would be really helpful..

1) Flex, Ajax, Dojo, GWT.






10 years ago
Hi,
What is the actual difference between LookupDispatchAction and DispatchAction? I've tried reading some points over the web and its not clear.. "LookupDispatchAction Shields the application from the side effect of I18N" , Also it refers about ResourceBundle and Locale Independent.. Do i need to understand ResourceBundle and Locale before diving into Struts???.. Also i don't have much idea about I18N..

Please advise...

10 years ago
Hi Abhi,
I've been reading Pro Hibernate 3 ( Dave Minter and Jeff Linwood From Apress ) for a while now, The book is really good and it covers lot of fundamentals on hibernate. Try that book..


Hi Bill,
Thanks for the reply and i've gone through your articles over the web and its really helpful for understanding the basics of XML and webservices.

Have you written any book on webservices and XML or Java API's related to XML? I'm very much interested in buying it.

Thanks

Ashok
10 years ago