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Re: JAVA Developer

From: Mindaugas Navickas <>
Date: Tue, 9 Jan 2007 11:45:12 -0800 (PST)
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Hi Joel, It was and interesting discution and usefull from many aspects. I also would advice not to "kill" candidate with your questions - you might need to work with him. And good relationships often overweights technology decisions. In praparation on Hibernate discution you might want to look into this article (it's short) which list main points - Regards Mindaugas Navickas ----- Original Message ---- From: "" <> To: Cc: Sent: Tuesday, January 9, 2007 12:49:29 PM Subject: RE: JAVA Developer Luckily for me, I am not doing the hiring, nor the real interviews. I have been invited if I desire to question the candidate with respect to the database. I appreciate all the good advice everyone has given me, and I will definitely use a lot of it. First I will speak with the actual interviewer to be on the same page, which is the main goal before appearing in the same room with the candidate. One thing I have learned already is that he like tools like Hibernate which he believes renders actual coding (PL/SQL) less relevant. However, a caveat here is there is somewhat of a language barrier, and he also agrees that the best place for SQL is in the database. SoÖIím going one step at a time, and just want someone who agrees with the main points presented here which boils down to, are you easy to get along with and learn, can you code PL/SQL. We donít expect him to be doing the modeling. With those skills and attributes we should be able to get good delelopment efforts. It is a senior java development position. Joel Patterson Database Administrator x72546 904 727-2546

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