So, I assumed that most visitors to the ranch would be people working with Java (My failing!) I think this is because that's why I'm here, I work day to day with Java, but what about anyone else. I'm interested in knowing if the bulk of people are here due to it being Java work or Java study related. Or are you another group all together such as the "Java as a hobby" group? Count: 1 work person 0 study people 0 hobbyists 0 other
8 work person 1 study people 1 hobbyists 2 other - I am here in my official capacity as the representative of UNHCJPES UNHCJPES - United Nations High Commissioner for Java Programmers and other Endangered Species
I used to be a Java Programmer but working in a Consulting firm means you might need to Change your skills faster than u change Clothes. I just come here to keep in touch with whats happening on the Java front.(And also cos i like Angela ) 10 work person 1 study people 2 hobbyists 2 other 1 was initially study, but now hoping to get a job in it [This message has been edited by Tintin Herge (edited November 05, 2001).]
I haven't been coming as much of late, but I'm a hobbyist I guess. Just a high school computer geek. I'm hoping to get a job in it eventually though. 11.5 work person 1 study people 3 hobbyists 2 other
13 work person 1 study people 0 hobbysit 1 other* * To share some meaningless to Java but meaningful to life ideas.... ------------------ Muhammad Ashikuzzaman (Fahim) Sun Certified Programmer for the Java� 2 Platform --When you learn something, learn it by heart!
Ashik Uzzaman Lead Member of Technical Staff, Salesforce.com, San Francisco, CA, USA.
15.5 work person 3.5 study people 5 hobbyists 2 other Like most things my life I've stumbled across Java. Its something to do during the dark winter nights. ------------------ Fighting cancer and number crunching http://www.ud.com/home.htm
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