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Amaan khan

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I'm an faculty of computer science as a corporate trainer and developer at www.vinsys.in. I just finished  grad school at JNTU in May 2005.


I'm a climber and general outdoor freak, I run more than I climb, and have a masochistic taste for things like marathons.


Apart from programming in Java and C#, I like networks, operating systems, security, and most other things that pass my way.



I also have a peculiar fondness for cooking and sharing chicken stock recipes with my mom. Luckily, she's a much better cook than I, so the direction of information flow is fairly obvious.



Now, as you know that I'm done with certification on Java, I would like you to get in touch with me for any inputs on the same, I'm a Corporate Trainer by profession, so helping you get done with the certification is not a big deal. So please don't hesitate....
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Recent posts by Amaan khan

Did anyone get a solution to this problem, I dont know why this occurs, It has ruined my work a lot, can anyone help me out...
If you have work exp in web development and certifications too , then its really good, i suggest you to work a bit on 'Struts framework', it has got good demand rite now in market and i guess it will give you enuf chances to survive now. moreover its easy with the help of some good IDEs like MyEclipse and all. Just thot this advice might help you.
NVM, take care and dont worry.


sue raj wrote:Thanks for your reply. I do not have EJB, Spring and Hibernate experience. Can you suggest any good books or sites where I could work hands on these technologies. Also I downloaded Eclipse but I am a little confused using it.

I reside in the southwest US. Do you think I can find a job by just learning these technologies although I do not have job experience in these areas. Any reply will be greatly appreciated. I have java programmer and web component developer certifications.

Thanks,

PS: I will change the name in my profile.



10 years ago

Amaan khan wrote:Hi, I started my career as a Java trainer now almost 4 years spent. How would be my career if i continue as a corporate trainer. what are the pros and cons of this profession when we compare it to developer.
Your suggestions are important to all here. so please keep posting



I also heard that we can become a Consultant when we continue in training field. Can any1 tell me when will 1 become a consultant of any technology?
10 years ago

Chinna Eranna wrote:

jose chiramal wrote:
in the code when we say
if (color.equals("red"))
{
System.out.println("welcome color is red");
}

Here how is color an object ??



Which code you are taking about ? Servlet or Some Action class in java ?




I guess the question quoted here isnt complete. Try posting complete details of the same.
10 years ago
Hi, I started my career as a Java trainer now almost 4 years spent. How would be my career if i continue as a corporate trainer. what are the pros and cons of this profession when we compare it to developer.
Your suggestions are important to all here. so please keep posting
10 years ago
The main difference is PreparedStatement can be used to supply the parameters to the SQL queries on the runtime using some html /jsp forms or things like that. Statement Object cannot allow us to do that.
There are many more differences but significantly this one more than enough for us to use PreparedStatement in place of Statement.

Bye

Yes, A request can be redirected, via sendRedirect() method of the response object, to a static HTML page.

But that doesnt really mean what you have stated about url rewriting
11 years ago
When you use url rewriting the container does'nt use set-cookie again. Its a different methodology altogether.
Use Session in servlets as a replacement to that.
11 years ago