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Java Programmer category

 
Nelson Nadal
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How can we say a Java Programmer if he is belong
to w/c category below? What is basis? Is it the no. of years,certificate and application? What specific critical classes or application must he/she went through?
Beginner
Intermediate
Advance
Thanks.
 
Stan James
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We used to have a skills inventory questionaire that asked you to rate your own skills on a scale something like this. Sorry I don't remember how many levels it had or the exact wording:
Can perform clearly defined tasks with supervision
Can perform tasks independently with some guidance
... all the way up to ...
Is a valuable resource for help and advice, publishes in magazines, authors books, teaches classes, is recognized in the industry
You might be able to use things like that to define beginner, expert, etc.
 
Dirk Schreckmann
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Nelson, to what end do you wish to classify Java programmers?
 
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