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Jerzi Deflanax

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Thank you all for your help.

I tought that the web based solution was more suitable, your opinion have been very valuable.

Kind Regards
14 years ago
Hi,

That is exactly the case.
It is a Web application to be used remotely though Internet.
The choices are:
An Applet based application (powerful client, very interactive, a single big post)
A javascript/HTML/CCS application (simple, familiar, several small posts )

The backend is the same for both choices.


May you tellme why you dont recommend the applet option?
Regards
14 years ago
Thank you for your kind answers.

The main characteristics are:
The application is used by each users a couple of times each year
The application should be highly scalable (The application is used mainly in a seasonal fashion <Christmas>
The users are very heterogeneos (again think in an ecommerce site in the Christmas season)

Hope this makes my question more clear.

Is there any big open (non intranet) site that uses applets?
Kind regards
14 years ago
Hi,

I like java and use it in several desktop and server application, but now I am designing the architecture of an internet open application.

I think that due to its openness, it should be a web application instead of an applet application.


I feel that it should be a non-applet application, but I would like to receive your commentaries.

Kind Regards
14 years ago
Wow!

Congratulations!

How much time did you need for the exam?

Kind Regards
14 years ago
Thank you.
Id contacted Sun as suggested and it worked.
Nowe I have my certificate.
KInd Regards
14 years ago
Great!
Which one of your certifications was the hardest?
How did you prepare for the Rational Certified Rational Unified Process Consultant?

KInd regards
now, What is next? :-)
14 years ago
Due to a mistake from the testing center, I am just receiving my SCWCD certificate (I was registered under different names)

Now I want to pursue another certification before I get accustomed to the easy life :-)

But I am unsure if pursuing the Microsoft equivalents (C# windows and web development exams), the UML certificates, or the more advanced SBCD and/or SCWSD.

I know that everybody is different and has a different context, but:
What do you think about the advantages of each path?

Kind Regards
14 years ago
wow!
How much time did you need for this ?

Congratulations
You may try Zukowski "java collectiosn book" it is very good written and dedicated completely to that theme.

regards
14 years ago
I read a chapter each week. I finished some chapter faster, but i had another important things to do (kids, spouse, movies, work, etc.).
I noticed that some friends too longer because they dedicated less time. Some folks here take one month.

You can do it much faster if you focus on the exam, but I think that 2 months is a good time. by the way, I used the same scheme for the SCWCD and it worked too. I dont know wich one is the next, but i will do the same.

The book is great and the is plenty of resources in the net. javaranch was very valuable, I used in at launch.

regads
14 years ago
I found the Head First book the best source for the exam, but Mughal book is a very good preparation source. They have a second edition that is updated and worth its value.

I first used java ranch mock exam and later HF one.
I had acces to whizlabs for a few minutes and I think that is is worth the price.

Maybe you can buy some of the books in informit.com.

Regards
14 years ago
Has someone compared these scripting languages for extending applications?


regards
14 years ago

Originally posted by Nicholas Cheung:

I cannot stop, otherwise, I will be fired.

Nick



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