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shalini sharma

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Hi,
will Stack be a good example for explaining th OOps concepts.
The variables are declared as private and Push and Pop are declared as public methods to access the data ( Encapsulation).
Defining different kinds of stacks ( Integer, float, char)( Inheritance and polymorphism)
Thanks
Jyothy
18 years ago
Hi All,
To explain all the concepts of OOPs princples, can any one suggest an example ( to a computer science student).
I think some thing like Car or Animal can be used as an example to explain all the three princples of OOPs concepts.
Any suggests will be helpful,
Thanks
Regards
Jyothy
PS: Since Java is based on OOPs concept, I posted this here.
18 years ago
Rahul,
I attended the job fair arranged by our county school. They took my resume and did a pre-screening interview. After this , my application would be passed to the school Principals and when they have a vacancy, they will directly contact me( this will probably be in June/July) and set up an interview.
Computer Science is a critical need area in Howard county ( in MD). So they will take me on a provisional basis and then I have to take some courses in education( within a year along with Praxix 1 and 2).
I dont know much about Chemistry, but I would suggest her to contact the county schools in your area.
Hope this helps!
Jyothy
18 years ago
I agree with you all but I think the wording is incorrect.
I think that statement means that when a programmer writes constructors, he/she must either add this() or super() as first statement.
But thats just my opinion...
Jyothy
[ March 25, 2003: Message edited by: Jyothy kidambhi ]
Thanks all for the replies,
This company is close by to where we live, so I just went into the company to submit my resume. They showed me the demos of the product they developed and offered to take me as an "Intern"( meaning no pay).The demos and product looks good to me. I dont think they had another company before.
They told me to note all the changes and coding I do so that they can pay me after they get funding. I did not think about equity/partner ship.
My situation is, finished my masters, did some java prijects on my own and put them on my resume. Right now, I am searching for job in Internet technologies ( testing software to teaching in schools).
If I dont consider pay for right now, My major concern is Java to C++.
Mark, I agree that one should not choose the job based on technology but for entry level positions also recruiters are asking from 3-5 yrs of solid experience.Once they see break in the technology from Java to C++......
Tim, if you are US citizen, in DC metro area there are many job openings if you can get clearance. Hope this helps.
Thanks once again
Jyothy
18 years ago
On page 315,rules for the constructor, it states
" Every constructor must have as its first statement either a call to an overloaded constructor( this()) or a call to the superclass constructor ( super())."
According to me, this need not be done explicitly. If we dont write explicitly, the compiler will anyway call the default constructor from the superclass.
I think should state as, " Every Constructor will have ...."

Correct me If I am wrong...
Regards
Jyothy
Hello All,
Recently I got an offer from a startup company to join them in developing gaming software in C++. This is self funded company so they will not pay me anything for next 6 months. They are ready to make their first release in next 6 months so they would start paying me after they get funding( not sure when??). This company was established in 1998 and has three people now ( founders of the company aged around 23yrs).
They are mostly developing GUI using C++ completely. MY role would be devloping Demos, working on the parser they created( LALR(1) C++ parser).
I have little knowledge of C++ and little professional experience.
Is it worthwhile shifting from Java to C++ ( considering present market situation).
Any advice would be greatly appreciated.
Best Regards,
Jyothy
18 years ago
Hello All,
If an interviewer asks to explain J2EE architecture, should we start of with client-server architecture and then explain how the JSP, servlets, EJB , application servers etc play their role.

Thanks
Jyothy
Thanks Varun
I was able to use the free tutorial.
Jyothy
Varun,
I went to http://www.rational.net and got temporary registration. but when i tried to take the course on princples of modelling in OOAD, they asked for the Access Code...
can you elaborate on how to take the tutorial( I mean web based course).
Thanks
Best Regards
Jyothy
Hello All,
I have seen here most people suggest Fowler and Larman book for UML design.
Can you please suggest a book to start? which one is better to start studying UML( Larman or Fowler?)
I dont have much experience in designing UML.
Thanks
Best Regards
Jyothy
Thanks Simon,
I am trying to download Jboss3.0 version but every time the system goes unstable at the last moment ( downloading through broadband connection
).
Did anyone experience this?
Jyothy
Hello All,
Which server would be best for windows98 system for trying J2EE( Servlets, JSP, EJB) applications.
Thanks
Jyothy
Hi,
Can you suggest a server which can be used on windows 98 machine to work on EJB, Servlets and other web applications.
Thanks
Jyothy
18 years ago
Jyothi,
I dont know where you are located but do contact the local county schools. Most of the schools are in need of Math and computer science teachers. They do offer resident teacher program where you have to take some summer courses/class with the public school. After you finish it, they will take you on probation. But the requirement is you should be recent gradaute.
I contacted the local public schools system here ( Howard county, MD) and they are holding a job fair. So planning to attend it and see where things go.
Good luck
18 years ago