Asking cuestion from Skill-Certification sites.
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Posted By:   Tonio_Caputo
Posted On:   Friday, April 5, 2002 03:23 PM

I noticed some questions (a lot of them)
posted to jguru that corresponds to
an identical Question formulated in
some Skill-Certification site.

Some of these where very basic
java ones simply found in javadoc docs.

Is this an ilegal practice ?

Must we help answering these questions ?

Sorry if these is not the place where
to formulate these query's but I need to
mentioned it.

Hoping to receive some opinions.

Re: Asking cuestion from Skill-Certification sites.

Posted By:   David_Cole  
Posted On:   Sunday, April 7, 2002 10:37 AM

Just my opinion:

I don't see a problem answering questions found in the JavaDocs and/or from a certification question.

The JavaDocs are getting pretty large in size and can it can be pretty daunting to find a specific solution to a problem from simply looking through the JavaDocs.

As far as certification sites. If you can't find the answer to a question...then how are you going to learn the answer for certification?

This is where i part..what I don't like to see answered are questions which someone posts, which ask for specific code to a question or project they are expected to solve for a class or project.
Let em learn it for themselves.
Or pay someone their going hourly rate for a solution.

just my opinion.


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