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Subbu Ramarao

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Recent posts by Subbu Ramarao

Hi,
Thanks for all the wonderful materials posted on this site and the very useful links, I was able to pass the exam. The only area where I lost was common architecture - 66%. The questions in this area were rather confusing...
Anyway, I can now move on to part 2!
Regards,
Subbu.
Can anybody help me understand/answer these:
1. What can make your application Maintainable:
a. code factoring
b. code reuse
c. inheritance
d. Tight coupling
I think it must be (a) for sure but not certain of the others.
2. How can you make an application Manageable:
a. code factoring
b. code reuse
c. inheritance
d. Tight coupling
Is it b and d.
I would appreciate your help...
Thanks,
Subbu
Q.Your existing system has 1 web server,1 app server and DB. if u make them as 3 web servers,3 app servers and DB what is the effect on scalability,availability etc?
2) U have a legacy app....which of these is true to make them accessible by an java application?
a) Wrap j2ee around the legacy app.
b) wrap the legacy app around j2ee
c) have a jsp use java objects and use them to call EJB methods
d) have a jsp use java objects and jsp calls EJB methods
Are there any web sites which list upcoming java related career events in the bay area. User groups and other networking events will also be helpful...
Thanks,
Subbu.
18 years ago
Function point analysis is not always appropriate - I found http://www.softwaremetrics.com to be very informative.
Alternative to FPA - You can consider Use Case Points, which emphasises use case to test case mapping. however this is still an evolving technique. The following paper by SureshN may be of interest to you:
http://www.cognizant.com/cogcommunity/presentations/Test%20Effort%20Estimation%20Using%20Use%20Case%20Points.pdf
I had problem viewing the pdf file, alternatively use the http conversion:
http://www.google.com/search?q=cache:CR06xQLgz_kC:www.cognizant.com/cogcommunity/presentations/Test%2520Effort%2520Estimation%2520Using%2520Use%2520Case%2520Points.pdf+total+effort +estimation+using+use+case+point&hl=en
Subbu.
It is tough right now but companies are selectively hiring. With good networking you have a bright change of getting an interview call b'cus of the number of ppl in the market...
I have been looking around for several weeks now without much success...
18 years ago
Hi,
I am currently looking for Java/J2EE related opportunities. The following are some highlights from my background:
- Extensive experience in Java and other web based technologies on multiple platforms
- Broad understanding of leading RDBMS
- Excellent testing and test automation experience
- Proven ability in all aspects of software development life-cycle
- 5+ years of software industry experience
I am also an Sun Certified Java Programmer and my resume is posted at: http://resumes.dice.com/subbumr
I am open to relocation and would appreciate your consideration...
Thanks,
Subbu.
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subbumr@hotmail.com
[ February 15, 2002: Message edited by: Subbu Ramarao ]
18 years ago