Ulf Dittmer wrote:Why would you want to keep it on the server? Whenever the user wants to download a document, get the raw bytes from the repo, and stream them to the browser. No need to store them in between.
saritha akkineni wrote:Hi Every One,
I am a Java/J2ee developer worked in india.Now i am on H4 in US.I am looking for work from home kind of jobs.Can any body help me.Can i earn some money???
Leandro Coutinho wrote:
Armando Flores Ibarra wrote:Is necessary to be a genius to be like them? Hard work and discipline could make one of us like they are? Is that really possible?
frequently waste their time with "unimportant" things.
arulk pillai wrote:
Peter Seibel wrote:
Alain Sellerin wrote:No problem it was just a little joke.
More seriously, yesterday I read this post : http://www.codinghorror.com/blog/archives/001305.html in the well known coding horror blog
and the author is saying that if a candidate for a job doesn't know any of the coders in the book he won't be hired in is company. I found
this pretty extreme.
But just to be safe, don't you think you should get my book and read it. ;-)
Would like to see more coders from the Java space like Joshua Bloch. For example Brian Goetz, Kathy Sierra, and so on
Peter Seibel wrote:I did ask most folks about that. Mostly the answer was "Emacs". ;-) The main difference seemed to be between the folks who used Emacs and felt like they really should learn a modern IDE and those who used Emacs and thought modern IDEs were a waste of time.