Wow! Just completed my 50th Flight experience. It took me 10 years to score these runs and there are so many who can easily do this in 10 overs ?
This word, life, it has so many meanings. On my 50th flight, i was trying to recollect the experience of my 1st flight. It’s unbelievable how such small things in life become memories for a lifetime.
Well if you ask me how many batches i have taken in the last 10 years, honestly speaking i have never counted them till now 😉
My mobile number ends with 1995, Java was released in 1995, DDLJ was released in 1995, Before Sunrise was released in 1995, …
1995, off late everything is winding back to 1995. My mind is stuck in 1995. I don’t know but i can’t remember a random year of my life more than this one, 1995. I recently watched movies of these series, Before Sunrise, Before Sunset & Before Midnight and I was left wondering how 18 years unfolded in front of me. It was simply unbelievable. What i saw was real people getting old in front of me and i was just 5 hours old by the time i completed them. I was left speechless!
Also I still remember how crazy i was when DDLJ was released, i just wanted to watch this movie at any cost back then. When this week DDLJ completed 1000 weeks, i realized i was also a part of this journey. Oh man! My brain is going crazy right now, it seems as if i am time travelling right now. I think i should stop because i have a lecture tomorrow and i don’t want to be stuck in 1995 😉
I still don’t know if i have grown young or old with time. I think the age of a person has nothing do with time. If i remember just a few days or months or years of my life gone by, then what i have actually lived is a very small portion and the rest has just gone by, that was not my time. I think it’s like yielding a Thread in Java, where you give your time to some other Thread to complete the task. Oh yes, now i am clear, now i understand what concurrency is all about 😛 Damn, it took me 19 years just to understanding Multithreading in Java 😉 and that too while i was writing this post 🙂 😀
And i still don’t know when will i be able to match my hair style with SRK of 1995 😉
Good night world, see you in 1995!
My dear friend, Zubair Shaikh who recently completed his assignments in US and UAE will be organizing public weekend lectures on Hibernate & Spring starting from 21st December 2014 onwards. Those who wish to confirm their registration can contact him at email@example.com for further details.
Don’t miss this opportunity to upgrade your skills. Happy Learning!
Asked one of the participant from my current batch to take a snap of me while teaching and this are the ones i liked the most ..
Thanks Madhuri Pednekar for capturing these moments!
Wish if i could say anything more than this, i am speechless!
Life has been great. I have journeyed for 33 years now and I cannot believe i have completed 10 years in the field of Corporate Training. I don’t remember the exact date, but it was the month of Feb in 2004 when it all started. I do remember the fact that it was difficult for people to accept me because as soon as i entered any batch, i would appear as a college kid to the crowd. Even today when i enter a batch, i don’t look like a person who has 15 years of IT experience.
But the most important thing is that people accepted me, respected me for my knowledge and gave me an opportunity. Who in the world can succeed on his own. I owe all my success to each and every person who has been a part of this journey. Thanks everyone for your unconditional love and support.
Now it’s time to think about the Future 10s 🙂
I have been following Java EE for all these years since it’s inception. I still remember the old EJB 1.x days and then the hit/flop EJB 2.x and then the brand new EJB 3.x version. To be honest Java EE has learnt a lot from Spring framework since EJB 3.x. Spring completely changed the way we thought about developing enterprise applications. No one ever thought in the past that plain POJOs will be the first class citizen in an enterprise application, but now it’s so true. Java EE 5 was the first version when the sheds of complexity were removed in favour of simplicity and productivity followed by JEE 6. And now with Java EE 7 knocking on the doors, it’s time to come back to the core. Most of the features available in Spring like DI, Batch processing, Interceptors, simplified APIs, … are now a part of the standard specification. So why wait, let’s upgrade! But yes, at the same time Spring has a lot more horsepower and that’s why it’s still so so ahead in the race!
It’s been months. Finally after setting up the website again, i am happy to be back. Still lost a lot of content in the process. Also i was very busy because of the Haj Pilgrimage that i was part of this year. Will be back to work from this week onwards and hope to be more active than before.
It would not be wrong if i say “I am u r Fan”, i have impressed with your depth knowledge and trainning skill in Java technologies(Reference trainning attended in Mastek Ltd).
I am Big Fan of you after listening to your Hibernate & Spring training this week.
I attended your training course on Spring onsite. Considering how well the course was structured, conducted along with relevant examples and your in depth knowledge, your name came first to my mind for some requirement.
It’s always been the feedback of my participants that doesn’t allow me to leave this profession 🙂 Many a times people ask me why don’t you get into development or join some company? I hope the answer to this question is very clear 🙂
I thank every one once again for your feedbacks and the motivation, without which i wouldn’t have excelled in this field at all. Sometimes my role models are my participants itself, i get that zeal and energy i need to push myself to my limits.
I am proud to be a Trainer and i will continue training the world as long as i can.
My aim is to teach these Aliens also a bit of Java if i get an opportunity 😉