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Recent posts by gaurikay ke

Hello,
I have a Masters degree in CS and 5+ years of experience in Java/J2EE for web based applications.I also have SCJP,SCWCD and SCBCD certifications.
Four years back I left my job to be at home with my then newborn and have been at home since.Now I would like to come back to the field, but obviously employers want current experience.How do I get around this? I have been doing practice programming, but nothing to write on resume.
Also,just fyi, I am based in the US.
Please let me know,
thanks.
10 years ago
Hi All,
I am looking for changing domains from development to Project Management or QA and came across certifications from Quality Assurance Institute(QAI). They offer various certs. like Certified Software Quality Analyst (CSQA),Certified Software Project Manager (CSPM) etc.
Are these useful? I have 6 years development experience in J2EE (Struts,EJB,etc).So combined with the dev. experience would these certifications help for me to make the change.I am located in USA.
Thanks.
Thank you all for the inputs.The reason I was considering using reflection is for this requirement:In the jsp page,a table is to be generated dynamically with column names to be read from the database and then populate the rows with corresponding values.For Ex. if the Column header is Name then the value to be populated should be name; i.e getName() should be called on the bean.So I check what is column then invoke the method.

Thanks,
15 years ago
Thanks.But no,this is not a homework question.I guess I phrased the question like that.I wanted to know in terms of performance.
15 years ago
what are the pros and cons of using java reflection(java.lang.reflect.*)?
Thanks
15 years ago
Give everything a fair chance.
15 years ago
As was pointed in one of the earlier posts,it depends on the extent to which you have hyped up your resume.I will tell an example: In one of my previous jobs, there was this person who got in as senior programmer by telling he had an experience of 10 years in programming.In a short while,looking at his code and the level of his doubts as well as the number of defects on his features everyone came to know he did not have the experience/expertise he claimed.Not only was he fired, but during his time in the company he was ridiculed.
So hype only that much which you can handle; you would be found out one way or the other.
Best luck.
[ December 12, 2005: Message edited by: gaurikay ke ]
15 years ago
How much is approx. pay for a java/struts programmer in Atlanta GA with about 4 years experience?
15 years ago
Hi,
Currently I am working a Java developer and would like to know how to go about learning technical writing.Are there any online courses etc.

Thanks.
15 years ago
Hi,
I am currently working in Birmingham,AL and looking for jobs in Atlanta.
My present job involves working with Struts/JSP/taglibs on presentation and EJB on Business tier.

Skills & Experience:
Experience : 4+ years in Java,J2EE and related technologies
Certifications : Sun Certified Business Component Developer.
Sun Certified Web Component Developer
Sun Certified Programmer for Java 2 Platform 1.4

Education : M.S in Computer & Information Science
Resume can be provided upon request.

Thanks


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15 years ago
Thanks. I think I may as well try for ICED.
Thanks,
Gauri
[ June 21, 2005: Message edited by: gaurikay ke ]
Hi,
I am done with SCJP, SCWCD and SCBCD exams and was thinking of going for
IBM 486: Object-Oriented Analysis and Design with UML Test.
My current job involves working with EJB's and struts.
So is this exam a good choice to further my skills or is there any other exam more suitable?
Please advice,
Thanks,
Gauri.
I found these questions useful,because, I feel while answering the interview questions, even though we know the answers, knowing how to put that information in correct and precise words is important;The answers to these questions, gave me an idea, of how much information is enough; because giving too much info. can get boring for the interviwer.
15 years ago