Originally posted by Nishant Kumar Singh:
Thanks for your reply.
Guys i am expecting some more input who are more experienced so that i can
take the right decision.
Please help me out on this.
Originally posted by rajat mani:
i am having 5 years experience with scjp and scwcd.
i just got my h1b visa stamping yesterday and i would like to know about the java job market in u.s
what is the market value of scjp and scwcd in u.s???
how much pay can one expect as a consultant?
Do i need to do SCBCD ?
what is the market of JSF, raid and mqseries in u.s??
please please help
Originally posted by Jassi K:
Thank you for your suggestions.......but can you explain what are open-source projects and unpaid internship... i mean i do understand unpaid but internship here in India..ok i am in Mumbai(Bombay)
So as an example any company which provides internship.
N.B. Someone told me long back that certifications are of no value......even if i do them there won't be any weightage...as i am a B.Sc. any sugggestion???
Originally posted by pravin jain:
The basic intention for posting was to collate possible questions and answers asked in Interviews.
The reason being,whenever one attends an Interview irrespective of his/her experience, most interviewers expect that the candidate knows in and out of technology.
And to some extent I agree to this, cause one may or may not have the expsosure in each and every aspect of the technology, but he/she should know the basic things on the technology he is working on.
We say we have X years of experience in J2EE but do not understand EJB?
Does this make sense ? No.
Again i understand reading these Questions http://java-j2ee-interview-questions.blogspot.com/ will not teach anyone EJB or Servlets ..but atleast one would start looking into the books what does it mean.
And again all software houses are doing BUSINESS and not CHARITY so please do not expect them not to ask Questions where one is not comfortable.
No offence meant.
Please let me know how can I improve my post