Yes, I am novice-oriented....

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I have never thought about helping those experts. In Virginia and Maryland, I help
those who cannot continue their original carrer and want to migrate to IT industry.
Once I move to Toronto, I think I can help some of new immigrants. According to my understanding, more and more Chinese IT professionals are immigrating to Canada, but some of them cannot count as true programmers. Some of them have obsolete skills. If one has some true, strong skills,
he/she definitely can get a good job. For instance, one of our friends in this forum got a $70 offer in Ottowa.

One cannot become a programmer simply by self-teaching. As I learnt Java, it took me 4 days to make a simple Java application work---- The reason is I did not know the concept of PATH. I worked very hard and is not stupid, but I did not live in an isolated environment. I happened to know a chief architect from a big company in Maryland and he enlighted me a lot. For instance, it is he who told me that I should download Rational Rose and learn some methodologies. Later,
as I need to pretend to be a Weblogic Guru,
it is one of my friends in a start-up company who downloaded the software for me.

I dare to say 50% of Java programmers underestimate the complexites of Java language and platform. 90% of Java programmers have no idea about Java architecture This is where I can get in to help novices.
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