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Recent posts by yogesh sood

Hey hi,

I cant comment on Indian job market as Im working out of India for almost 2 years now. However, I can comment on the package you are being offered in London and ibank working environment.

As far as I understand 65K+bonus should be good, provided you do your search on cost of living and what else can be hidden cost. Working in London should be really good as you will work more closely with trading desk. Again it depends on which team you are workinng i think the nature of coding style you have mentioned is more suitable for front desk dev team in banks where one needs to get strategic solutions quickly on floor for traders, I personally think working in such team is that you get to know business better than core development team who works on long term solutions.


10 years ago
Hey hi there,

Try to go to website of banks (Bank of America, SC and CS etc.) search for singapore jobs and apply directly. You may also check http://www.efinancialcareers.sg/
It would be nice to come directly avoid consultants. Getting Visa would not be problem if you get job most of the companies will get that for you.

hope it helps.

10 years ago
Hey Hi,

I hope not too late, please find your answers.

1. Yes it is much better than 10 months ago.
2. Working conditions is same everywhere, it depends how you able to manage your work. I found that nature of work you get is much better than offshore centers in India.
3. This can be very subjective. check this blog http://www.icare2share.com/ you will get your answers.
4. I would ask you to avoid going to consultants, try going website of banks and search for singapore openings and apply directly. Or find someone working there to refer you, as almost all banks prefer internal references. Send me your cv if you would like me to fwd to my Organisation.


Hope it helps.
10 years ago
Hi there,

I think you are best judge of yourself. If you think you are not getting score as per your capability then take your time spent some more time on your prep.
Hi there,

My first suggestion would be to have look at this topic in K&B book, this is discussed in details overe there.

However, I will try to give you brief idea of hashCode() function.

The rule for hashcode and equal is

"Equal objects must produce the same hash code as long as they are equal, however unequal objects need not produce distinct hash codes."



One of the place I can see this happening is HashMap class in Java API, Lets say you have a Student class and you override equals() method in this method you have logic to determine how two student object from your Student class can be equal. You also override hashCode() and return a constant lets say any number say "8".

Now imagine in you application you have some informtaion per student object and you are storing this information in a hashmap cache where student object is being used as key and some other object being used as value in hashmap.

When you call get() method on hashMap, you need to pass the key in this case it would be object of Student class. On high level Hash Map does following to get the mapping of key on invocation of get().

1. It will call hashCode() method of the Key object to find the hash address of the key in Map.
2. Once the hash adress is located it will check all the key objects stored in that hash bucket using equals() method and the object whose equals() method return true will be return.


Therefore if in your application lets say you are adding Student objects in cache using hashMap at startup and then that map outlived the code which populated that hashmap now to read back those objects from map you need to make sure that if two objects in your Student class are equal they are having same hashcode, otherwise you might not able to get the data from hashMap even if its exists in map.
[ March 10, 2008: Message edited by: yogesh sood ]
Thanks Jeann,

It was helpful. I was thinking some what similar. So even if i create new object of PreparedStatement with same connection and Same SQL it will use that already compiled query plan of the connection.

It would be really great if you can point me to some article/resources on internet.


Thanks
Dolly,

You should have look at this from Corey, to understand how it works for Interfaces.

If you still have some doubt after reading Marc response then i think reading this from corey should help.


[ October 16, 2007: Message edited by: yogesh sood ]
Yes it is available in India. From Shroff Publisher.

Contact bookstore near by your place, you might have some problem as this might be out of stock due to demand

Check this you can place online order..here
How long execution plan for a Prepared statement remains valid at database. let say i create a prepared statement for an update statment and my code excute that statement 500 times so i understand that during first call the excution plan or some other setup done for executing prep statement will be created at database side and will be valid for subsequent calls. My doubt is how long that execution plan live on Db

is it bound to PreparedStatement or Connection Object, in other words once done with my update if i close prep statement and commit transaction what haapens to that plan which was created on DB for my prep statement, if i create a new prepared statement object with same SQL string in the same connection what will happen now.

Thanks
which country you are in ?
Hi,

Does any one have experience on deploying/working on a multi-user java development environment. What I mean is that individual user log on to a remote Citrix server and works in his/her own development environments which share the Citrix servers resources, but each developers gets his own independent simulated enviorment to work for core java development with tools like eclipse, optimizeIt, JDK. etc.

Any feedback/ problems faced/ views on is what I am looking for.
12 years ago
Hi,

Does any one have experience on deploying/working on a multi-user java development environment. What I mean is that individual user log on to a remote Citrix server and works in his/her own development environments which share the Citrix servers resources, but each developers gets his own independent simulated enviorment to work for core java development with tools like eclipse, optimizeIt, JDK. etc.

Any feedback/ problems faced/ views on is what I am looking for.
12 years ago