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Mastersam93
#11 Mar 21 2017 08:25am
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Quote (waraholic @ Mar 20 2017 08:03pm)
Top 5 results for the following query all put java before any scripting language so please stop being an arrogant jackass in every thread when you don't know what you're talking about.

'2016 most in demand programming languages'

http://www.codingdojo.com/blog/9-most-in-demand-programming-languages-of-2017/
https://generalassemb.ly/blog/the-8-most-in-demand-programming-languages-of-2016/
https://www.techworm.net/2017/02/top-9-demand-programming-languages-2017.html
http://www.businessinsider.com/in-demand-programming-languages-coding-classes-sql-javascript-ruby-on-rails-2016-6/#sql-1
http://blog.stoneriverelearning.com/the-10-most-in-demand-programming-languages-of-2016/

Edit/P.S. I know these are not back-end specific, but I can't find any stats on that and I think the results will not be significantly different.



I'm not denying that Java isn't used a lot. I'm just saying it is not popular for backend web development.
t9x
#12 Mar 22 2017 07:48am
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Quote (Mastersam93 @ Mar 21 2017 10:25am)
I'm not denying that Java isn't used a lot. I'm just saying it is not popular for backend web development.


i currently believe that java is the most popular for all web development, you will literally in 99% of all web app situations be using some form of java

all i do is .NET and MVC, and i use java with everything i do

This post was edited by t9x on Mar 22 2017 07:49am
Ideophobe
#13 Mar 22 2017 11:55am
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Quote (essxivxx @ Mar 20 2017 01:02pm)
Yeah, getting through to an actual person is the hard part..


like i said stop fucking around with 1 tap apply button type sites and go find companies you want to work for directly
JohnMiller92
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Quote (t9x @ Mar 22 2017 05:48am)
i currently believe that java is the most popular for all web development, you will literally in 99% of all web app situations be using some form of java


Pretty sure you mean JavaScript...

This post was edited by JohnMiller92 on Mar 22 2017 04:16pm
lilpsychokilla
#15 Mar 22 2017 04:39pm
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If you want to get a developer position in CA you need to have a github account loaded with examples of your work.
You should also use linkedin of course.
Another suggestion would be to use the meetup website to network and get yourself some connections. It's pretty difficult to get a job in CA without some sort of help.
Some job posting boards....Indeed/hired/monster
There's also a great book called "cracking the coding interview" its pretty cheap.
Mastersam93
#16 Mar 23 2017 10:02am
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Quote (JohnMiller92 @ Mar 22 2017 05:15pm)
Pretty sure you mean JavaScript...



This.

The only thing I've seen Java used for is if you want to give the client a web app that they can deploy locally but don't want them to have the source code.
essxivxx
#17 Mar 23 2017 06:02pm
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Quote (lilpsychokilla @ Mar 22 2017 02:39pm)
If you want to get a developer position in CA you need to have a github account loaded with examples of your work.
You should also use linkedin of course.
Another suggestion would be to use the meetup website to network and get yourself some connections. It's pretty difficult to get a job in CA without some sort of help.
Some job posting boards....Indeed/hired/monster
There's also a great book called "cracking the coding interview" its pretty cheap.


Already read CoC multiple times. :)

This post was edited by essxivxx on Mar 23 2017 06:02pm
JohnMiller92
#18 Mar 23 2017 11:40pm
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Quote (Mastersam93 @ Mar 23 2017 08:02am)
This.

The only thing I've seen Java used for is if you want to give the client a web app that they can deploy locally but don't want them to have the source code.


He prob just the wording mixed up (i hope so) lol if not, java for web app is like.. I rarely heard of that

This post was edited by JohnMiller92 on Mar 23 2017 11:41pm
nuvo
#19 Mar 24 2017 12:25pm
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java is common for webapps, but mostly enterprisey™ kind. Eg. Blizzard's website is made in java :)

(or at least part of it. Here is default 404 http://mobile-service.blizzard.com/enrollment/en/asdf )
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