Java has been rolled out to the world in 1995. But now is 2003. if you have 10 yrs of Java experience, is that possible?
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Joined: Sep 01, 2002
Originally posted by Lipman Li: Certified SCJP, SCJD, SCEA, OCA, 10 year experience with Java/C/C++/J2EE/PRO*C/Oracle
Li, did u write "10 year experience with Java/C/C++/J2EE/PRO*C/Oracle" ? that's how I know u have 10 years experience of java, if the "10 years" only applies to "C/C++", then u should take away the word "java" and "j2ee" from the list. Otherwise everybody will understand it in the same way as I do.
Joined: May 02, 2002
maybe my English is too poor. anyway I provide the split list to avoid annoying more people: assembly: 2 years C/UNIX: 12 years VC++: 2 years Java: 3 years J2EE: 2 years PRO*C: 6 years
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subject: Certified SCJP, SCJD, SCEA, OCA in Singapore