Linked by David Adams on Thu 3rd Mar 2011 04:40 UTC, submitted by Amy Bennett
Java Later this year, Oracle will begin requiring people interested in gaining Java and Solaris certifications to attend "hands-on" training courses, at an additional cost of thousands of dollars. The new rule goes into effect Aug. 1 and regards Java Architect, Java Developer, Solaris System Administrator and Solaris Security Administrator certification paths, according to a notice on Oracle's website.
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RE[2]: Disappointing
by Soulbender on Thu 3rd Mar 2011 16:05 UTC in reply to "RE: Disappointing"
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Exactly how is Java high-end?
Oh wait, it does hog all your memory, is unnecessary complex and makes you long for the clarity of Perl scripts. It's got "Enterprise" written all over it.

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RE[3]: Disappointing
by moondevil on Thu 3rd Mar 2011 18:27 in reply to "RE[2]: Disappointing"
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It's high end in the context that nowadays almost all new software being written on the IT world is either Java or .Net based.

The multinational consulting company I work for, only gets projects in other languages, as "legacy" projects.

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RE[4]: Disappointing
by werterr on Sat 5th Mar 2011 00:29 in reply to "RE[3]: Disappointing"
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I always wonder about that... what argument is there for only going down the Java and .Net road ?

Only thing I ever hear is that there otherwise scared that they cannot find personal to work on the project.

Which is not a very strong argument if you want quality personal anyways, if your looking only for code monkeys then maybe...

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