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location Toronto, Canada
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seen May 29 at 20:42

Been here two years...and trying to get from question asker to question answerer :) j2ee programmer working for a bank. And working towards new career options and better work life balance.


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awarded  Popular Question
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awarded  Notable Question
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awarded  Popular Question
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Oct
8
asked The Nature of Spring
Oct
8
asked Why EJBContainer has no methods for managing transactions and other EJB low level services
Sep
27
comment Why is spring so good for Java middleware development?
Because it is lightweight. And it does not require a j2ee server to run.
Sep
27
comment Telecommuting from Australia - tax arrangements
thanks...looks like the multiple clients portion is a loophole. You can do a side project for another client once a year and bingo, you dont need to pay all corporate income as salary. a.k.a tax savings:)
Sep
26
comment Telecommuting from Australia - tax arrangements
Can you comment on this:"need to pay out all of your companies income (minus expenses) as salary." is this rule jsut for US?
Aug
9
accepted Do we need to use JCA while connecting to db from inside EJB
Aug
9
comment Do we need to use JCA while connecting to db from inside EJB
Thanks. But connecting to legacy systems can also happen through soap web services. So in this case i guess JCA has no role to play.
Aug
8
asked Do we need to use JCA while connecting to db from inside EJB
Aug
6
accepted Will a MQ topic persist messages when one of the consumers is down
Aug
6
asked Will a MQ topic persist messages when one of the consumers is down
Jul
31
asked How to make a method synchronized across all instances of an object
Jul
31
comment Real world analogy for a clustered index
So it is like a table of contents with the difference that the actual table is sorted based on the indexed column?
Jul
31
comment Real world analogy for a clustered index
Ummm...but that sounds more like partitioning based on category(history, sci fi) and not cluster indexing.
Jul
31
asked Real world analogy for a clustered index