Vladimir Vucetic

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Recent posts by Vladimir Vucetic

I am sorry it from some unknown reason start working. But I am not sure why that error occurred before
9 years ago
I am trying to run example from "Head First Book Java" sockets chapter, but have no luck.
This should be server code project:

This shoud be client code project.

I first run server project and then run client but have no luck.
When I run server project error text is:


What is the problem here?
9 years ago


I suggest that you stop focusing only on "Java." There are many, many other software development positions that have nothing to do with Java. Since on you state the you have .NET experience, then you should also be looking for .NET jobs as well as studying .NET material. I think this approach will help you find a "job" faster than if you only focuson Java and spend "waste" time trying to find an open-source project or some sort of programming community service.


That is problem. Three companies in town all three Java based. That is the reason why I start learning Java. Few days ago I moved focus a little on PHP. But then again it is only freelance jobs. And PHP comes from different story. I used Adobe Flex fully OO support. I am familiar with MVC, Building GUI, some patterns, databases, ORM's, OOP but nobody asks for that when I came to job interview, only "...how much you work with Java...". I don't know anymore how to direct career...

9 years ago


Are you still in college?


No. That hell is done


Companies don't general expect entry level people to have real world experience.


Seems that some expect. Job title is "Junior" but "Junior with experience"
I am 24 years now, am I too late to gain junior level experience?
10 years ago
I have worked as a Adobe Flex (mostly AIR) developer for almost two years. This was my first job. I started college in 2006 work in a company from 2008, finished college in 2009. Everything I learned on that job was 'damn' flex. In my city there is no more flex jobs, but there is three Java companies. So I apply for jobs in these companies. And I was rejected. Reason was that I have no experience in Java, and I don't have experience but I'am learning. So I recently apply for "Junior level Java position" and again rejected because I must have at least 1.5-2 years of Java experience (junior level) So I'am wondering now. If nobody can't give me job because of lack of experience, what should I do now? I have good general knowledge of programming, I work with .NET in college, now I am learning core Java and it goes pretty fine, but who is going to believe me without experience. I am sorry if if my question is too stupid but I can't handle this situation alone I wonder what to do if I continue to learn Java for the next 6 months and at job interview a get answer "..sorry you don;t have experience we can't hire you!"...desperate...
10 years ago
Ok friends, thanks for some direction I fixed code a little bit, is it better
My point of this post is to learn to write valid quality code. I didn't know that exceptions are so heavy operation, thanks for that tip
10 years ago
Hi Jeanne ,
Thank you for answer


Also, you said the board size is configurable. If the board size is 5x5, do they need three in a row or five in a row?


No, point is only three guess in a row. Each guess is one point to player.


4) Why do you catch Exception? Are you expecting something to go wrong?


for example if mark is on location 0,0 and when it checks up, left or up-left that is out of array. I use exception to catch this situation, but if there is better solution I would like to hear.
10 years ago
I am practicing programming logic a little. And I read head first Java so I decided for start to create simple console Tic Tac Toe game, and I have created a class to represent a game. It works fine but I wonder is this solution good, can this be done better.
Three same character in line gives a point to player. Board size is configurable. I made method to check point in all directions.
10 years ago
I have read all similar posts here but still have trouble. I start learning java few weeks ago. I have solid Adobe Flex development background (3 huge projects) and amateur .NET development skills. Leaving my previous job was mistake because now I can't find any (there is no flex in my country, mostly java and that is the reason why I decided to get in to). I read good book from Ivor Horton and everything is fine for now, but somehow slow. I learned a lot of java language but now I came to many paths, Spring which is huge I don't know what cores should I now or learn first, and then heard for a lot of short words jsp, jsf ,maven, hobernate, j2ee etc. again don't know which should I learn first. I wanted to see some real world java application so I downloaded spring pet-clinic application, compile it and run on tomcat but when I saw the structure of application my first thought was that I will never going to understand that code Yesterday I tried to find some good learning path for java but there is nothing that satisfy my search.
Is there any document which describe good learning path of java where I can see directions where to go? I don't want to sit too long, I wonder sometimes if I am to stupid to learn java or should I just switch to php and find some freelance job
10 years ago
I am beginner in java so I am sorry if this questions are too stupid:
I want to develop web and desktop applications. In java I see that there is J2SE and J2EE I know that J2EE is some kind of extended J2SE (for web). So I have downloaded Eclipse For J2EE. Is this ok choice, for things that I want to develop (desktop/web)?

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I didn't read carefully this one question is what I am most interested now
10 years ago