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From Medicherla Lakshmi <>
Subject Re: Off-topic: Java Web development research
Date Tue, 01 Aug 2006 07:22:50 GMT

"Pillay, Kiren KN" <> wrote:
  Hello people,

I'm doing some research regarding Java Web development

1. How many projects do you get that start from scratch, ie design,
development, coding, testing etc.
2. How much is maintenance of existing applications. Also, do the
existing applications belong to you?
3. Also, how much time is spent coding your applications?
4. Also, is there any specific frameworks that you use
5. What are your biggest issues experienced in development?
6. Do you use EJB with your web applications.

Your feedback is much appreciated.


Kiren Pillay 
Analyst Developer
Corporate and Investment Banking Division, Johannesburg 


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