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In comparison to me, you are still young. One thing we should keep in mind: We will be aged. Once we are aged, it will be more diffcult ofr us to be a programmer. I know a lot of things about Java, and I have been learning Java... I have little time to share with my family members.... I don't think this is the life. For me, there are two ways out: 1) To be an architect ( I think I am qualified); 2) To be full-time Java instructor. I don't think it is a good idea for me to be a Java programmer for a long time. In some sense, programmers are generic labors in the IT industry.
Yes, some people like coding. Maybe you belong to this group. For a programmer, he needs to learn, learn, learn... It is chalenging as you are getting old.
Of course, we don't have many choices because we are new in Canada. The future is not always ours to see. So let us grasp the present and keep the future in the mind.
My first Java job is to assist an Chief Archiect and develop a networking model. This lends me a lot of room to get rooted in IT industry.
In this model, I used SERVLET, EJB and XML
technologies. During the first two weeks, I was so nervous----I don't know what is ERP,
waht is CRM, what is share drive, how to write C shell scripting, .... However, I survived because I want to survive. I am sort of person who know how to make use of the environment. For instance, my present project is techinacally disappointing but I don't feel bored because I think I can befinite from its System architect and DB model.
Even you like coding so much, you still need try to become a manager...
It is a pleasure to share this with you.＜本文发表于: 相约加拿大:枫下论坛 www.rolia.net/f ＞