FromZtoA, you are in Vancouver, aren't you?

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I prefer to be a contractor once I move to Canada. I have no ability to set up a training school at present. I am a serious guy. If 3 guys follow me to learn Java for 180 hrs, I need to have two of them get an Java job in one year. To meet this goal, I need to invest a sum of money.... but right now I need consider buy a house first. Probably I can do training in the spare time.

By the way, I don't think I can have enough students. Most Chinese guys don't want to spend money and time studying Java though
many Chinese guys want to become a Java programmer.

I have ever taught for 3 training centers. One I have taught for set up its EJB course as 18 hrs and charge $400. (You may think 400USD corresponds to 400 CAD in Canada). Actually, this is a complete wasiting of time and money. Most students have no client/server and distributed computing concept. In addition, most students have problems in setting PATH and CLASSPATH...
In addition, most students have no idea about Java RMI... they told me after classes that they had just gone through 21 hours's Java programming training.. I could not help smiling because I have no other choices.
I told them.---I had ever wriiten more 1500 small Java exercises before I took Sun's programmer test. I told them--- what ever Java principle you discuss with me, I can create a small example to prove or disprove
it. I am not showing off ...I just want to say,
if one wants to get Java programmer's high pay, he need to sit down and do some hard work. Rome is not built in a day.

It seems to me you are in Vancouver. Why not to move to East Canada?
I hope we have opportunities to get together once we have stabalize our routine life.
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