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Marco, I guess you are a true Java developer.
HR people usually judge a candidate according to some buzz words such as B2B, B2C, RMI, JDBC, JAVA, EJB, CORBA... as you can see, it is funny to put these words together. If they ask you sth about RMI, you just need to present the following points: 1) RMI is short for Remote Method Invocation; 2)
You used RMI in project A or B. It is enough for you to have some high-level picture. Even you have never used RMI as protocol to develop a project, you still need claim you have used RMI ...If you are bold enough, you can claim your Administration tool communicate with your developed project
using RMI. At this stage, you see writing a resume is not as simple as compiling buzz words.
If you have ever devoloped some applets, you may claim they communicate with Server using RMI. I am teaching you to tell lies,
however, you can pick up my points unless you are a true Java developer.
Remember: HR people and project managers are usually not flexible. If they are
a B2B company, they will insist you have B2B experience. Actually, B2B is only a business concept. But it is almost hopeless
for us to convince them our B2C exapereinces are likely useful. So we should be competent in telling lies with our eyes open. This is the rule of game.
Some companies require you have 3 years of Java experiences. IN such case, they can piss you off if you have only 2.8 years of Java experiences.
Hope this will help you establish a solid strategy for your job interviews.＜本文发表于: 相约加拿大:枫下论坛 www.rolia.net/f ＞