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I'm taking a course right now, which is My teacher said that there is a better chance to get an entry level job than entry level java job. I really want to learn java though. Please he...
3 answers - Asked By: Jessica - 4/27/2008
I'm talking about fresh out of university--BS / Computer Information Systems, no experience, Java and Oracle certified. Also, any advice for getting that first job and the much needed experience?
1 answers - Asked By: scott - 12/2/2006
How much is entry level salary for a java developer with Masters degree. I have 4 yr wrk experience in a medical related career field in the military. But i want to start a new career in IT filed. I d...
1 answers - Asked By: nite a - 3/23/2011
Guys, i really need some help coming up with some numbers.I attended few interviews and now one fo them asked me about salary expectations. I did a research and found out as 50K starting. But these gu...
1 answers - Asked By: nite a - 4/19/2011
I have a Finance Degree and no programming experience.
3 answers - Asked By: fightingbull06 - 5/17/2006
Hi, i'm just finishing college/computer sciences/programming and i mostly work in java, javaEE technologies. Now, I would like to find some job to work from home. I know about freelance sites, but a...
1 answers - Asked By: Vladimir - 11/18/2013
Hi! I am a fresh graduate aspiring to be an entry level java developer. Since I have no work experience, I have no idea where to start. My knowledge is only limited to the basics that was offered in o...
2 answers - Asked By: J.J. - 8/11/2008
Does having a Java Certified Developer certification really help get entry level programming jobs or is it a waste of time. I want to get an entry level J2EE developer position, but I haven't had man...
1 answers - Asked By: s_bodhi - 5/11/2006
I am planning to pursue masters in Information Systems, but I am not well aware of its job prospects. As per knowledge people with information systems degree are hired for positions like Business Anal...
1 answers - Asked By: lance - 10/5/2012
2 answers - Asked By: Wesley G - 9/2/2012
1 answers - Asked By: Dibyendu - 5/14/2006
I have finished my computer science course recently with a first. My course covered a wide areas related to computing like java, c++, database, web development, networking and so on but all in entry l...
1 answers - Asked By: see - 2/29/2012
2 answers - Asked By: Revathi - 12/4/2013
I have finished my computer science course recently with a first. My course covered a wide areas related to computing like java, c++, database, web development, networking and so on but all in entry l...
1 answers - Asked By: see - 3/1/2012
I am taking a Web Developer Certificate in a Community College. It's not an Asociate Degree. The classes include JavaScript, Java, JSP, HTML, XHTML, and CSS. Maybe something else. I just want to kn...
2 answers - Asked By: John Doe - 5/26/2012
I am a computer science graduate working as Java Developer for the past 8 months. I have always wanted to work in C++. I don't mind even if it is less rewarding. I was forced to accept this job becaus...
1 answers - Asked By: Surya K - 10/16/2013
Have a two years associate's degree in computer science (2011). I've read several text books and taken additional course work in c++/php/mysql. I've done many projects along the way. I don't have any ...
1 answers - Asked By: bryan - 10/19/2013
I am working in a IT company as a mainframe developer but I have interest in Java and I want to switch my technology to java....please tell me that can I change to JAVA...I have 2 years of Exp in Tech...
1 answers - Asked By: rocky - 8/22/2011
OK I am freaking out I finally landed an entry level as a website developer, but I am scared that I may not be as skilled as I should be. I had an internship for a few months working on my schools ...
2 answers - Asked By: Sundown - 10/21/2007
I have a BS in Information Technology and would like to specialize in something to become more employable. I see a lot of jobs in Florida looking for SQL/.Net/Java developers. I have been an electroni...
1 answers - Asked By: spkmyer - 3/14/2010
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