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is it better freelance or no about a java developer?

 
Dora Di Donato
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Hi guys,
I work in Italy and What do you advice me to work like a freelance or no for an analyst and developer java?


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There is no general answer to that, as it depends heavily on the preferences and requirements you have for your work life (about which we know nothing).
 
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What it means : "on the preferences"??

I would like to develop with java/java 2EE and to grow with those thecnologies in a good Company.
I think in the my last the project are only Commercial Project where is only important to finish early but they are no good quality.

What it means: "..requirements..."?

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That means: what do you want to get out of your work in terms of salary, work/like balance, work environment, technology you want to work with, interaction with other people, client acquisition and billing, etc. Those are all differentiating factors. They even differ hugely if you compare two fulltime position, or two freelance gigs. That's why a question like "should I go for opportunity X or opportunity Y" has no general answer.
 
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In addition to your preferences, it depends on the freelance job. Somme freelance jobs are very technical in nature. Others are more like "we need a temp to do this drudgework."
 
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I have following questions:

What thecnoligy is better to work always with java/java2EE ?

What is a salary in Italy for an Analyst/Developer in java/java2EE with experience between 4 or 6 years?

What is a good approach :
-when to develop the Technical Manager forse me to write code following his standard way ?
- When Technical Manager ask me to finished within twee days to analyse and to develop somethinks that i don't know both arguments and thecnologies ?
 
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Dora Di Donato wrote:What thecnoligy is better to work always with java/java2EE ?

There's no such thing as "always." There are many different technologies that are good to work with. There are some technologies you wouldn't want to work with like EJB 1 (which is about a decade out of date.)

Dora Di Donato wrote:What is a salary in Italy for an Analyst/Developer in java/java2EE with experience between 4 or 6 years?

The best way to find this out is to look at your local job boards and see what is offered for that experience level. This is an international website. The odds of someone here knowing this specifically are pretty low.

Dora Di Donato wrote:What is a good approach :
-when to develop the Technical Manager forse me to write code following his standard way ?

Is something wrong with the standard way? Please elaborate on what you are asking here.

Dora Di Donato wrote:- When Technical Manager ask me to finished within twee days to analyse and to develop somethinks that i don't know both arguments and thecnologies ?

Is your manager asking you do that research or expecting you to know? You could ask what the intention is.Or make a list of pros and cons. Or explain that you think the estimate is unrealistic because you don't know the technology yet.
 
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