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You can also export your settings to a file by clicking File -> Export, then General -> Preferences. And when you move to a new workspace, you can import them from this file.


13 years ago
This type of one-to-one comparison is baseless. The economy of perticular country should also be taken into account while comparing.

Indian IT managers get an average salary of $25,000 a year.



Which I feel is ok salary (allthough not good and that is why it is an average). It comes around 988,125 INR/yr. (source)

This difference in economies is the major driver for outsourcing.
[ October 18, 2007: Message edited by: Nandu Jawale ]
14 years ago
JMS provides QueueBrowser to browse through the messages. You can ask QueueSession object to create QueueBrowser for specific queue.


Then get an enumeration for all messages as

to browse through the messages.

Nandu
14 years ago
Check this out. This is a available free for download.
14 years ago
Through reflection. Java reflection provides fields, methods and constructors to be made accessible via setAccessible(boolean) method.
You can write to the response after call to setStatus() while you can't aftre a call to sendError().
If you are working in a Bourne Shell, then bourne shell passes interrupts (like Ctrl-C, terminal closed) to the child processes.

Try putting '-Xrs' option in your shell script that starts the Weblogic Server.
14 years ago

Originally posted by Manish Hatwalne:
Is that iN India?



Yes in Pune.


But most companies I have seen so far consider tech lead below PM.



Rolewise it is sometimes. E.g. my project manager does my appraisals, sanctions my leaves etc. But salarywise and hierarchically we are at same level.


How does technical path progress in your organization?



Same as mentioned by Rohit with a difference of two more levels above Sr. Architect.
15 years ago

Originally posted by Manish Hatwalne:
My objection is primarily to the belief (mosttly valid iin India) that if you're doing coding after 6-7 years - maybe you're just not good enough to be a mamanger and you're doing it because ther's no better alternative. Why can't I (anyone else for that matter) code because I enjoy it?



9 years and still coding... Because I love it. You are not alone.


Secondly - there are not many growth opportunities available for core techies as compared to managers. I think the tech lead should be traeted at par with PM for technology solutions, issues. Just as manager can look into schedule, pricing & project coordination - a tech lead can decide about technical issues, design of the project. These two roles need to be at-par in terms of hierarchy. Often PM without knowledge of technology or technical issues cannot earn respect of the team members.



It varies from organization to organization. In my company these two roles are at par. And here we have two seperate paths for technical and managerial roles.
15 years ago


Why do you ask?



Because I was thinking about pair programing in our next release and could not make decision on pairs in our group.

Thanks for all your inputs and the link suggested by Scott.

Regards,
Nandu
A team is always a mixture of experienced and novice programmers. So which of these forms a better pair.

- Novice & Novice
- Experienced & Novice
- Experienced & Experienced

I think Experienced & Novice will form a better pair as it will enable knowledge sharing. Just wanted to know what do other people think about it?

Regards,
Nandu
Hi Cheryl,

I was in the same situation in early years of my software career working on LISP. Could not leave the job as I was the only source of income in my family. Wanted to work in java. So started reading books. I did some assignments in java, the same things that I was doing in LISP. After gaining some confidence, I appeared for SCJP and passed it. It took me almost 3 years as I was doing this besides my work.
Then I started looking for a job as my current employer was not ready to put me on java assignment. Fotunately I got some good offers of which I choose one.

Nandu
15 years ago
Hi,

Thanks to you all. After reading these documents, manuals and FAQs, I think I was rather over-empasizing the code coverage.
I was initially thinking that a test case for a class should test all features of the class. But it seems the collection of test cases should test all features of all the classes.

Thanks again and best regards,
Nandu
16 years ago