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Recent posts by k Oyedeji

We have an opening for a permanent Java tech lead based in our Mumbai office. Initially you will be working in the UK along side our team based in the city of London.

Specifically we are looking for �

� Computer science degree or related discipline
� 5 years Java (J2SE) development with at least 2 as a technical lead
� Experience of technical documentation preferably UML
� Experience of unit testing and automated deployment with ant
� Experience of Spring + Hibernate
� Good communication skills (written/oral)
� Experience of one other OO language e.g. smalltalk/Ruby/C++/C#
� .NET with C# would be a bonus

It is important that you have a real passion for the Java platform � perhaps you have contributed to open source Java projects and have your finger on the pulse of the Java community.

PLEASE ONLY RESPOND IF YOU CAN DEMONSTRATE ENTHUSIAM FOR TECHNOLGY BY WAY OF COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT E.G. CONTRIBUTION TO OPEN SOURCE, BLOGGING, ARTICLES, PERSONAL PROJECTS ETC.

Please respond to this message with a contact email address and availability
13 years ago
We have an opening for a 3 month contract for a Java tech lead in the UK

Specifically we are looking for �

� Computer science degree or related discipline
� 5 years Java (J2SE) development with at least 2 as a technical lead
� Experience of technical documentation preferably UML
� Experience of unit testing and automated deployment with ant
� Experience of Spring + Hibernate
� Good communication skills (written/oral)
� Experience of one other OO language e.g. smalltalk/Ruby/C++/C#
� .NET with C# would be a bonus

It is important that you have a real passion for the Java platform � perhaps you have contributed to open source Java projects and have your finger on the pulse of the Java community.

Please respond to this message with a contact email address and availability
13 years ago
What does the init() method do?
16 years ago
try



If your get method returns a field which is of type date you will need to change the signature of getDate() as well as illustrated

HTH
16 years ago

Originally posted by Jacquie Barker:

I strongly advise folks to think long and hard before accepting a management role -- no matter how hard you try, it is tough to remain hands on while also managing, and your skills get rusty quickly.
J.



At the same time, I find that as a programmer there is only so far you can go before jobs are given to younger programmers or shipped offshore. There is also a limit to how high your salary can reach as a programmer. Its for this reason that many techies I know are looking at management positions even though they would rather stay programming which is what they enjoy
16 years ago
Nicholas

Thanks for the response, seeing as you have the IBM 486 (among many, many others ) any advice?

Thanks
Hi

I have seen numerous recommendations of Craig Larman's UML book for studying for the IBM 486 certification. I noticed there is a newer *(third edition) which was published this month. Any idea which version would be best suited for the exam - apparently the later book covers UML2.

Thanks
Out of interest, which of these (IBM 486/OMG)is the most widely recognised?

Thanks
Hi
One thing I have been wondering of late is if I have a member variable and an accessor to access that member variable, when I want to access that member variable from a method in the class should I access it directly or use the accessor. After all the accessor is there to govern the way the field is accessed.
Your thoughts are appreciated
Thanks
Kola
17 years ago
Hi
I'm wondering, when an object calls a method on another object but only on a certain condition how is this represented on a sequence diagram?
Are all possible calls to other objects depicted?
Thanks
Thanks
It did help
18 years ago
Hi
Sorry I meant publications, websites etc. (Other than jobserve of course )

Thanks
18 years ago
Any hints on where to look in the uk?
18 years ago