You are not a Beginner or an Intermediate Java/J2EE Developer if you …

 

 

  • Feel that you can express your thoughts and emotions much better in XML than in plain English.

 

  • Think that every problem can and should be solved using entity beans (EJB).

 

  • Get highly impressed and inspired by abstract product names like “DataStrangulation” or “3TierVacuum”.

 

  • Consider a product to be cool if it has a large footprint, and involves multiple steps of complicated configuration, pre-processing, compiling, post-processing, bundling, deploying, post-configuring, and tuning efforts.

 

  • Don’t need good documentation, intuitive tools, and working example programs to use a product effectively.

 

  • Prefer writing the following code:

 

Collection c = createPredicate(“myClass”).Conjunction().add.(Disjunction().

add(equal(“state”,“CA”),equal("state","WA”))),

(like(“city”, "San*")).query();

 

over the following code:

 

Collection c = query(“myClass”, “(state=’CA’ OR state=’WA’) AND

(city LIKE ‘San*’)”);

 

  • Write such complex code that after a while you can’t keep track of what is happening in your business logic and want another framework to keep track of things for you.

 

  • Can easily figure out what object(s) you will get with the following caching option:

 

IgnoreLocalCacheButNotGlobalCacheOnlyIfOptimisticTransactionMode

WithThreadSharingEnabledAndLastRefreshTimeIsLessThanConfigured

TimeUnlessOverridingQueryFlagIsSetToGoToDatabase

 

  • Don’t feel comfortable using any product without getting its source code even if it is tens of thousands of lines of code with hardly any documentation.

 

  • Believe that only wimps need product support.

 

 

Nonetheless, you may sometimes like saving time, energy, and frustration by using simpler and more practical technologies.   Check here.

 

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