Java, Databases: provable project experience
Java, Datenbanken: Nachweisbare Projekterfahrung
This is one perfect example of a very bad job advertisement. I've seen exactly this text from this company for years now in different job pages. Two weeks ago, I wrote an email, proposing to change the text so they would get some more job candidates. I also asked them to explain what they mean with the original text, because after these years, I have become a little bit curious. :) Today, two weeks later: No change in the text and no answer either. What a pity. [And to be sure: NO, I am not looking for a job currently. ]
four comments, already:
Even with the translation, I have no idea what they are asking for. “I already heard I know” to mean means that someone “My friend told me that I know J2EE. I never learned J2EE but I guess my skills mean that I am able to do it.”
Or maybe you mean “Must have at least heard of J2EE”?
Either way, that’s polar to the way the hiring market was when I graduated. I remember all the companies demanding “5+ years of Java programming”. Which was impossible for 99.9999999% of programmers as Java was only publicly available for a little less than a year and the only people in existence with 5 years of experience are the ones who wrote Java in the first place.
Saigumi () (link) - 06 05 05 - 14:41
Haha, nice find. :) Please tell us what they answered, if they do.
Matthias - 06 05 05 - 15:04
[Declassified] - 08 05 05 - 02:53
Maybe a “better” translation would be “already heard about know it”. I think this would represent this nonsense more accurate in english :)
jox - 08 05 05 - 17:09