Hideaki Takashima

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Recent posts by Hideaki Takashima

I am currently looking for java developers with at least 2 year working experience. However, the Japanese laguage skill will be needed because the working place will be somewhere in Japan. The salary will be around 10 US dollars per hour, but I can negotiate with the payment and I might be able to provide the housing!!! Now in Japan, we have a strong demand for experienced java developers. If you are interested in working in Japan as a java developer, please send me email with your resume.
The following is the email address!!!
18 years ago
Hi, Rashid. I will sit the exam soon. Please email me the questions that you have created.
Thanx in adavance.
tak_jp@hotmail.com
19 years ago
I am having a problem in accessing EJB from client. I deployed a simple EJB on j2ee server successfuly. I created the client application to access the EJB from a local machine. However, whenever I accees the EJB, I got the following error.
java.rmi.AccessException: CORBA_NO_PERMISSION 0 no;
I do not understand the meaning of this error. Please help!!!
Thanks in advance!!!
Without jobs, how will you get a food?
19 years ago

Originally posted by John Mills:
Cell phones are not as popular in the US as they are in Japan.
Because of cultural differences, Java on cell phones will be in question. 3G wireless is still not popular at all. How many telecom company are making money? Will they be making money? Who would want to watch movies on small cell phone screen?


I understand what you mean. Of course, there is a big cultural differences between US and Japan. I am talking about the Japanese market, including Korea, Hong Kong and Chine. These areas have more demand of the Java technology because of the diffusion of the cell phone. You should come over to visit Japan or any other Asian countries. You may be surprised at the huge number of people accessing to the Web site or using e-mail with little tiny cell phones. However, I know that American do not like that way because they are too small.
If you are a good Java programmer and speak a little bit of Japanese, you can get a job easily.
19 years ago

Originally posted by John Mills:
Cell phones are not as popular in the US as they are in Japan.
Because of cultural differences, Java on cell phones will be in question. 3G wireless is still not popular at all. How many telecom company are making money? Will they be making money? Who would want to watch movies on small cell phone screen?


I understand what you mean. Of course, there is a big cultural differences between US and Japan. I am talking about the Japanese market, including Korea, Hong Kong and Chine. These areas have more demand of the Java technology because of the diffusion of the cell phone. You should come over to visit Japan or any other Asian countries. You may be surprised at the huge number of people accessing to the Web site or using e-mail with little tiny cell phones. However, I know that American do not like that way because they are too small.
If you are a good Java programmer and speak a little bit of Japanese, you can get a job easily.
I am a Japanese programmer. If you look at the cell phone marktet in Japan, you will know the importance of JAVA technology.
Now the diffusion of the cell phone is huge and more than US. NTT docomo has started to use the Java technology in thier cell phone. Many japanese electronic companies, such as Toshiba, Panasonic and Sony have deciede to use the Java technology in thier electronic items. Java is still growing in server side and embedded area!!! never dead.
19 years ago
I am a Japanese programmer. If you look at the cell phone marktet in Japan, you will know the importance of JAVA technology.
Now the diffusion of the cell phone is huge and more than US. NTT docomo has started to use the Java technology in thier cell phone. Many japanese electronic companies, such as Toshiba, Panasonic and Sony have deciede to use the Java technology in thier electronic items. Java is still growing in server side and embedded area!!! never dead.
Hi.Bill Thank you for your reply.
I tested the connection to the database with the simple utility.
It worked. It means that the connection to the database was not problem. But, when I tried to display the result of the database on the jsp file using the Java Bean, the same error still came out. I am using Tomcat 3.2.1 and window 2000 pro. if you give me any advice or clue, I would appreciate.
Thank you
19 years ago
I have been studying EJB to get a job. Do you think that the demand for EJB is still hot?
19 years ago
Hi. Leon Lu. You have passed SCWD test, have't you. Could you share the information of the test. You seemed to take the test on 7/31 in the morning, becasue the test started on 7/31. Right aftet you passed the exam, did you get the interview? How was the reaction of interviwer on this cert?
Thank you.
19 years ago
I think that in Japan there is a big demand for Java Programmers.
Especially, server-side programmers have more opportunity. A lot of companies have started to help foreigners to get working visa, becasue of a lack of JAVA programmers.
19 years ago
What does "FileSeparator" do? Could you explain it? How can I use this?
Thank you.
20 years ago