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    I have seen and heard this but am not sure what it exactly means as a position and what you do as a Java engineer so could anyone please explain to me what a Java engineer actually is...thank you

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    A Java engineer is an engineer that programs using the Java programming language. That's it. That's the whole entire explanation.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheGAME1264, post: 236675
    That's it. That's the whole entire explanation.
    I mean, by some definitions, a Starbucks barista could be considered a Java Engineer.

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    ok but could you put it into a more in-depth explanation besides a java engineer is a java engineer could i get examples of them

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    Quote Originally Posted by shokiri, post: 236752
    could i get examples of them

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    Quote Originally Posted by shokiri, post: 236752
    ok but could you put it into a more in-depth explanation besides a java engineer is a java engineer could i get examples of them
    Like what? What exactly could you get as an example of a Java engineer? The only way you'd find an example is to actually go talk to a Java engineer.

    Sorry...your question doesn't make a whole lot of sense as it's constructed.
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    Barista ?

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    ok I sorry for wasting your time I thought it may be more of a specific position than what it says in the title thank you for the help.

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    No problem. It just isn't, that's all.

    The specifications of the position won't be defined by the title, but rather by the people creating the position. You'd have to ask the people who posted the job in that case.
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    Sadly, the people posting the job and possibly even interviewing for the position, probably don't have a clue what they are looking for...

    We had a place "Big Name"... Many years ago, post a position for a web developer ... I wasn't actually looking for a job at the time... But it was a "resume builder" position with a really big company...

    Anyway, I set down updated my resume and sent it off... Never heard anything from them... Again... No big deal... Then about after a month I saw another AD... Half page... Full color in the local paper... Same position, same company... Guess what they had listed for qualifications.... My list of qualifications I had provided on my resume...

    So basically, the people hiring someone for the position had no idea what they should be looking for... So they ran a small ad... Collected all those submissions... And created a list of what "They were looking for"...

    When I see a job posting for an obscure "TITLED" position... I have to assume the person posting the job, was told to using those words... Just to see what comes out of the woodwork...

    BTW... The only qualification they had on their list that I didn't have on mine was a 4 year BS in computer science... But they weren't asking for that in the original ad for the job...


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