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|Re: Java Programming For Dummies by sbucareer(f): 7:08am On Mar 29, 2007|
Thanks abdkabir. I have a friend that works with the Nigeria MOD; he said they use ABAP for their tactical and reconnaissance application.
Beside, I don't want to study other modules that will keep me in Europe. I want to combine ABAP with WB and probably with BA. Please, if anybody that has information relating to these SAP modules in correlation to Nigeria market, could you shed more light?
I remembered at Uni, our professor then said most of us would end up maintaining systems. Only few lucky ones would ever been engaged in developing application. Damm, was he right. Most of the applications today are already been invented. We cannot reinvent the wheel.
We can help to make legacy systems more robust and responsive by writing more intelligent API and changing their user interface. J2EE, .NET and PHP could be used as an application server.
Remember the most important core unit of any business is information. Information is transpose from data and data are stored into a database. Database is the life of any organisation, because this is where information is retracted.
Database could be useless if you cannot access it to produce intelligent information like:
1. How many men age 18-45 are in Nigeria
2. How many retired pensioners are in Nigeria
3. How many IT professionals are in Nairaland
These intelligent questions are not store in a database but we can produce such an intelligent information by querying the data contained in a data base.
Now, if you have a well defined database EIS. You can easily buy any of the application servers like J2EE or .NET and configure it to your EIS and start writing intelligent application to solve your company goals.
|Re: Java Programming For Dummies by abdkabir(m): 1:39pm On Mar 29, 2007|
Thanks. It appears d Job market favours Db related Jobs, "Systems maintainers" and Value Added Service to customized Modules. Of all these ,it seems the DB
related function are more sought after. It makes sense though, almost all businesses need some kind of DBMS.
As regards SAP applications and implementation in Naija, the following links might be helpful:
I would think many of the implementations in Naija are Intergration based (Netweaver) or specifics (ERP,CRM,SCM). Definately, Netweaver would be hot in Naija as many of the multinationals would want to be at par with their divisions elsewhere.
Here is SAP Nigeria'a Address:
SAP Nigeria (Ltd)
Plot 2940, Aguiyi Iroinsi Street
Phone: +234 9 670 0725 or +234 9 413 3165
Fax: +234 9 413 3166
|Re: Java Programming For Dummies by sbucareer(f): 11:05am On Apr 06, 2007|
This is something I was thinking last night before going to bed. I don't know if someone has said it before. Applications are inadequate without the supplement of data particularly from a hierarchal structure like database. 1
Is this statement valid?
|Re: Java Programming For Dummies by Jay_Baby(f): 11:10am On Apr 06, 2007|
yeap - it is valid - u must be a dummy?
|Re: Java Programming For Dummies by sbucareer(f): 3:23pm On Apr 06, 2007|
Constructive criticisms, please.
|Re: Java Programming For Dummies by amaikama(m): 5:36pm On Jul 30, 2007|
sbuceareer! hi. please need your help on the tutorial you gave. Into programming too and don't know where to start until i stumble on your tutorial. i tried to copy and past so that i could be reading, it's giving me allot of problem.
could you be kind enough to send it to my mail. i will be very grateful you can. firstname.lastname@example.org
|Re: Java Programming For Dummies by goofyghost: 5:07am On Mar 05, 2008|
Hello. I would like to know the Prerequisites for this tut because i am very new to writing any code at all and need to know if it i can even atempt this.
|Re: Java Programming For Dummies by kwebrat: 2:03pm On Mar 14, 2008|
Great contributions for you all , even though i dislike viewing ARTICLES or ebooks that has words like DUMMIES included.
I think it is high time nigerian software developer contribute a greatest part to software(JAVA) and also I WOULD BE NICE IF WE START working on Writing YORUBA/IGBO/HAUSA softwares(games&app.).
What do you think about that ,
Lets get to work and make AFRICA great and impactful.
|Re: Java Programming For Dummies by fellybabe(f): 7:04am On Oct 11, 2008|
@gbengajoit, thanks for starting this topic
@sbucareer and others, thanks alot. your contribution is so informative and educative
|Re: Java Programming For Dummies by codemasta(m): 1:11pm On Oct 12, 2008|
Hi thanx very much for all the teachings, although i'm still very new in Java, i just started my class last week, pls i've done alot of research about different IDE , but when i got to www.eclipse.org ,,there were many IDE there ,so pls which one of them do i download, pls knidly send me the link to the one i should download.my mail is email@example.com
|Re: Java Programming For Dummies by bigboyslim(m): 10:46pm On Oct 17, 2008|
Download Eclipse IDE for java developers (85MB)
|Re: Java Programming For Dummies by E_DIPO(m): 7:01pm On Oct 31, 2008|
can anbody take me thru java programming. i hope to learn this stuff in one month, is it possible.
i will take tutorials and ask questions if you would kindly oblige me. life is boring and this about all that keeps me going. i am taking oracle and java to live on.
my email add is firstname.lastname@example.org
thanks and best regards,
|Re: Java Programming For Dummies by Bossman(m): 7:14pm On Oct 31, 2008|
No! You cannot learn it in one month. For you to be proficient in it it will take a while and a lot of practice. Obviously, how long it takes will vary from one individual to another, and it will also depend on how deep you want to get with it. But, for you to be able to do it professionally, it definitely will take a lot longer than a month.
There are several threads that take you from the beginning. I'd suggest you follow the appropriate threads, download the JDK, setup your environment, get a few books and start reading and doing the examples. You can even try to modify the examples and see what you can come up with. If you have specific questions, then you can post back here.
I do not think anyone can hold someone's hand and tell them this is how you do it. How successful you are at it will depend on your problem solving skills and how hard you work at it.
|Re: Java Programming For Dummies by E_DIPO(m): 7:27pm On Oct 31, 2008|
i hope ou would consider this a way of helping me build my career. as far as passion is concerned i have the passion. the obvious truth is finances had not been fair to me. anytime you devote to teaching me, would be wisely used and appreciated. i really want to learn java. can you please help out.
thanks and best regards,
|Re: Java Programming For Dummies by sammiee: 12:48am On Nov 02, 2008|
dearie thanks a whole bunch for the java.nt just gbenga now, u got another student.thanks for helping folks like us who want a career in IT. n pls dont think of stopping now, pls not now.
|Re: Java Programming For Dummies by abiodunade(m): 4:07pm On Nov 17, 2008|
hi If you need java books with coding to guide you call08056701631
|Re: Java Programming For Dummies by judy4all: 5:15am On Nov 30, 2008|
The decision of using Eclipse or Netbeans is solely your choice, i still believe that the best way to learn is using any test editor, and compiling and running thru the command line, I've used both Netbeans and eclipse, and eclipse is easier to configure, but they pretty much do the same thing, Eclipse also has more plug-ins available than Netbeans,
|Re: Java Programming For Dummies by suemo: 10:23am On Dec 04, 2008|
I must commend you sbucareer enuf for you have made life less boring, i must say that i stumbled on this a little late, however, it more usefull than not. i did be much obliged if you could email it to me email@example.com.
i must say again I am indeed grateful for your immense contribution. we need more of your type even in other aspects of programming
|Re: Java Programming For Dummies by cshetty666: 5:35am On Dec 05, 2008|
Check Latest technologies / Ebooks in Java
|Re: Java Programming For Dummies by mimoh_mi(m): 7:14pm On Dec 05, 2008|
I do agree with your comment. Long time. For those that
need free Java books click this link and type Java 5 on the
search box. You will get lot of java 5 books including certification guide.
you do not need to register.
Hope it helps.
|Re: Java Programming For Dummies by webmonkey(m): 5:19pm On Dec 06, 2008|
I have been reading most of these posts from a distant and must commend people like sbucareer. I have not seen him lately? I actually registered to be able to ask if someone knows anything about how to contact him.
His posts have positively encouraged and had made me to constantly come to this forum. Now, I cannot see his post anymore. Please can some help me to track him?
Please Seun, if you banned him can you encourage him to come back, please. I am not from Africa, which I assume most of the blogger of this forum are from. We read sbucareer blog in our company. His blog has helped me a lot. Please Seun, if you are unwilling to un-ban him can you forward me link or email to contact him.
|Re: Java Programming For Dummies by donkoleone(m): 1:59pm On Dec 11, 2008|
SBUCareer u doin a great job,its always a good tin teachin others programmin,ill gladly b of help if u need me for code examples,kip it up.
|Re: Java Programming For Dummies by Zeta(m): 4:56am On Dec 12, 2008|
this goes out to sbucareer and anyoneelse that can be of help.
|Re: Java Programming For Dummies by mimoh_mi(m): 11:51am On Dec 12, 2008|
Most people do often make common mistakes in differentiating
between SCRIPTING LANGUAGE and PROGRAMMING LANGUAGE.
While the first does not require an compilation the other does. As such
Programming languages include Java, VB, C, C++, Fortran etc. While
you begin with Java and may generally add others later.
|Re: Java Programming For Dummies by Zeta(m): 12:07am On Dec 13, 2008|
@ mimoh mi
thanks for the heads up.
which java ebook would you recommend that can explain java language in the simplest of terms.
If you have one in mind please could you provide the link.Thanks again.
|Re: Java Programming For Dummies by elvymoore: 4:23pm On Dec 20, 2008|
please any programmer for onitsha should write me at firstname.lastname@example.org
|Re: Java Programming For Dummies by Omosegun(m): 7:31pm On Dec 23, 2008|
I'm really interested in this programming thing especially software development. I am a web designer but not a pro. I need someone who can help me on basic programming. where I can get and download it. Thanks My email is email@example.com
|Re: Java Programming For Dummies by jacob05(m): 12:33pm On Feb 26, 2009|
"Hmm, java, java, java."
|Re: Java Programming For Dummies by obiguy(m): 1:28pm On Mar 17, 2009|
I am new to JAVA and willbe doing it this semester, I will love any help i can get, please
|Re: Java Programming For Dummies by tinxquisit: 11:41pm On Oct 08, 2009|
:Dthanks it helped me a lot
|Re: Java Programming For Dummies by na2day?(m): 12:35am On Dec 13, 2009|
|Re: Java Programming For Dummies by Taysay(m): 7:19am On Dec 14, 2009|
@ Mimoh mi,
Long time, it's good to know u r still passionate about Java. I remember a few years ago 2006/2007 when as a corper serving in Osun, I came to c Mimoh mi @ his Apapa residence, mind you we only met on this forum, in fact via this very thread. This guy housed me, gave me a big picture of java, books lots of e-books and a hard copy, now things are looking up. And when I luk down memory lane I cant help but thank God for the likes of Mimoh , SBUCareer and the likes. Men its gud to have role models. in fact your role models dont have to be movie stars, celebrities , but that Man on the street who gives you the big picture of the vague and lil tot in ur head.
wishing you well in all your endeavours.
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