This is quite a dilemma, how junior must be a junior ? He needs to know the basics (the access modifiers, data types, etc) ? or is enough only some api(s) (e.g. String, JFrame or JButton) ? There are some firm standards ?
Regards, M [ March 25, 2008: Message edited by: Mihai Radulescu ]
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There are no standards. Often "Junior" means "straight out of college, with no significant work experience".
But a title means whatever a company wants it to mean. Most companies I'm familiar with don't use the "Junior" designation, but will have "Senior" titles. [ March 25, 2008: Message edited by: Ulf Dittmer ]
Thanks for your answer, your are tight about the title and the companies. What I try to find I think is a question without answer, that s really depends on your needs on the time&resources you have. you said :
"Junior" means "straight out of college, with no significant work experience"
that means it must bring its own knowledge. So in this way I can generalize JP = some knowledge.