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Sunil Kumar Gupta
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Joined: Aug 26, 2005
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Hi All...

I am a member of this group and post answers of the queries
of my level, and try to get more information from here to
keep myself update...Now i tell u people something about myself

I have done my Masters in computer applications in year 2004..
I have 1.2 year of experience in JAVA Technology..
I have worked with open source technologies like
Apache turbine, Apache torque, Apache Ant, CVS, MySQL
Under java technology , I have worked with Swings, Awt,
JDBC, RMI, Socket Programing etc..
Currently i am working with a small company which is paying me
a package of 1.8 per anum..
My problem is that i have not worked on J2EE Technology...
Most of the companies now demanding for it..They consider
the resume only if someone has done work in J2EE....
As my professional intrest in Desktop Applications ( Swing )
in java ..

Can any body help me to tell the companies where i can apply
coz i want to move from small to a big(MNC) company...

If any body can forward my resume for the position in ur organizations
for Software developer (java swing) not J2EE...

you can contact me at the address........

sunil_gupta20801@rediffmail.com
sunil_gupta20801@yahoo.co.in

waiting to hear ur valuable suggestions


Thanks

Sunil Kumar Gupta


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Kj Reddy
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First post your message with appropriate subject line so you will get responses other wise your post may ignored by many users. You can see the following link:
http://faq.javaranch.com/view?HowToAskQuestionsOnJavaRanch

Originally posted by Sunil Kumar Gupta:

Currently i am working with a small company which is paying me
a package of 1.8 per anum.


For current job market in India your salary is less but dont worry much about it as you are are working with good technologies and getting good exposure.


My problem is that i have not worked on J2EE Technology...
Most of the companies now demanding for it..They consider
the resume only if someone has done work in J2EE....

As you are working technologies like RMI, JDBC, Socket Programming and using tools like ANT it wont any problem for you to work in J2EE and there is no reason why companies wont consider your resume. But you always try to gain some knowledge on J2EE technolgoies.


As my professional intrest in Desktop Applications ( Swing )
in java ..

If you are interested in Desktop Applications you better to try in that area. The openings are less but definitely you will find.


Can any body help me to tell the companies where i can apply
coz i want to move from small to a big(MNC) company...

If any body can forward my resume for the position in ur organizations
for Software developer (java swing) not J2EE...

I guess this is not rite place asking for job.
Post a message in Job Required category may be some one will help you there.
Also post your resume in job sites like www.monster.com, www.naukri.com.
Sunil Kumar Gupta
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Thanks KJ for good words....But when the person do the
job from 9.00 morning to 6.30 evening ..Its not possible
to learn new technologies..coz the work pressure is high,
when someone is new in the field...

Can any body tell me the name of the companies who
work on Desktop Applications like Swing, Awt...

So that i can forward my resume there....

Thnaks for ur reply KJ....
Sunil Kumar Gupta
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I think No company is working on Desktop Applications
as i m not getting response from u peoples

I am too serious about my future....

Should i leave the swing and start working on Web -Technology ???
Roger Chung-Wee
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There is unquestionably much better demand for thin rather than thick clients. You are better off learning JSP and servlet technology.


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Kj Reddy
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Originally posted by Sunil Kumar Gupta:
I think No company is working on Desktop Applications
as i m not getting response from u peoples

I am too serious about my future....

Should i leave the swing and start working on Web -Technology ???


Thats better to start working on web - technology. I have seen 2 projects getting converted to web based applications fro desktop applications because of advantages like maintainance is easier, no need to install any software on client machine except IE.

But still there are some companies working on swings, awt. At least I got initerview calls from some companies for Swings requirement. I remember one company name Optima Sierra, Hyderabad and dont remember other company names.
Did you try in monster or naukri by giving search criteria as swing?
[ September 10, 2005: Message edited by: KJ Reddy ]
Kj Reddy
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Originally posted by Sunil Kumar Gupta:
But when the person do the
job from 9.00 morning to 6.30 evening ..Its not possible
to learn new technologies..coz the work pressure is high,
when someone is new in the field...



Thats where you need to organize your time Sunil. In IT field every day you need to update your skills to be in competition. Instead of working 9.00 to 6.30 work another one hour extra. This one hour you spend on internet on some technical sites. When you know core java it wont be much difficult to understand the concepts of any other areas like EJBs, J2EE bec all are based on class and object.
Sunil Kumar Gupta
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Thanks KJ , I will try to learn the concept of Web technology...

I tried searching keyword "swing" in naukri and monster

But all the vacancies for only the 2+ year experience professionals.

As i have less exp.. I think i should wait for some time and should start

working on web technology......

Thanks to all for their valuable replies
Mark Herschberg
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Joined: Dec 04, 2000
Posts: 6037
Originally posted by Sunil Kumar Gupta:

you can contact me at the address........

sunil_gupta20801@rediffmail.com
sunil_gupta20801@yahoo.co.in



Sunil,

I'm glad to see that you've been active at JavaRanch. When posting questions, please
use the forum not email.

--Mark
Kj Reddy
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I suggest you complete 2 years in present company and then try for change. Switching companies just within 2 years is not good for your resume. Same time spend some time in other technologies so that when you finish 2 years you go any technology you wish. If you know java and exposure to other areas it wont much difficult to get job other than swings.
Sunil Kumar Gupta
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OK Mark , I will take care of what you said


Every one do the mistakes
Sunil Kumar Gupta
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Hi i m back

someone plz tell me how to start learning

J2EE...

What is the best way to do that......

one way as KJ said earlier .......that check the

internet 1 hour a day and start the learning process

in this way....

plz tell me the start book , start sites and all the

things necessary to start

waiting to hear from all of u soon
Kj Reddy
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One way you can install Weblogic/Websphere trial version and try some small applications given in their documentation. Else even sun site have some sample applications you can try them.
[ September 13, 2005: Message edited by: KJ Reddy ]
Sunil Kumar Gupta
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Thanks KJ.......


U r always here to help..........as quickly as i type


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