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My third year at the Javaranch

Joe Harry
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Yupii...It will soon be 3 years since I joined the Javaranch. What an experience I had here. Wow! Hope to continue longer.


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Ankit Garg
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Where will be the party


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Deepak Bala
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I have a line on my resume that reads '3+ years of experience in javaranch, working as a ranch hand'


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G.Sathish kumar
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Deepak Bala wrote:I have a line on my resume that reads '3+ years of experience in javaranch, working as a ranch hand'


By showing experience in javaranch in resume what could be the advantage?

could you please let me know any advantage beause i not included my ranch experience in my resume


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Ulf Dittmer
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could you please let me know any advantage beause i not included my ranch experience in my resume

I think you missed the tongue-in-cheek tone of Deepak's post. Participating in an online forum is not exactly a highly valued skill, much less an "experience".


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Joe Harry
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G.Sathish kumar wrote:
Deepak Bala wrote:I have a line on my resume that reads '3+ years of experience in javaranch, working as a ranch hand'


By showing experience in javaranch in resume what could be the advantage?

could you please let me know any advantage beause i not included my ranch experience in my resume


Why don't you consider that as a joke?
G.Sathish kumar
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Jothi Shankar Kumar wrote:
G.Sathish kumar wrote:
Deepak Bala wrote:I have a line on my resume that reads '3+ years of experience in javaranch, working as a ranch hand'


By showing experience in javaranch in resume what could be the advantage?

could you please let me know any advantage beause i not included my ranch experience in my resume


Why don't you consider that as a joke?


Can i know why you consider this as a joke? i don't know about ranch because i heared sqlteam.com which is one of requirement to get microsoft valued professional certification from microsoft so i thought may some thing like ranch so if any thing please let me know.
Marilyn de Queiroz
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Participating in the forums at JavaRanch may help your Java, or it may help you study for certification, but participation in JavaRanch forums is not (usually) an item of interest for employers. You don't get any certificate for participation here.


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Muhammad Saifuddin
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for me javaranch is learning.. website... where I learn & enjoy with my cup of coffee.

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Raghavan Muthu
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Sorry for the late reply. Congratulations Jothi

I too turn back and I have crossed 3 years already (though could not be active for sometime in the middle).

Point not to mention, I too have mentioned in my CV that, "Being an active member of JavaRanch forum" irrespective of any benefits, weightage but just agreeing wiht Ulf's version of 'experience'.

Out of all, I just feel happy about it What else is required?

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Ankit Garg
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Deepak Bala wrote:I have a line on my resume that reads '3+ years of experience in javaranch, working as a ranch hand'

This needs to be changed now
Raghavan Muthu
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Ankit Garg wrote:
Deepak Bala wrote:I have a line on my resume that reads '3+ years of experience in javaranch, working as a ranch hand'

This needs to be changed now


to what?
 
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