Thursday, August 23, 2007

Got Guice on your resume?

It could help you get a job at Zillow (not to mention Google). This Zillow job description calls for, "experience with Java technologies such as Servlets, JDBC, Tapestry, build tools like Maven and Ant, dependency injection frameworks like Spring or Guice." It's not ground breaking news or anything, but this is a first for Guice.

I literally spent all day in a JSR 299 (Web Beans) meeting. It was exhausting but fruitful. This morning, I was skeptical that it was even possible for the injection approaches of Guice and Seam to coexist. Now, I'm almost excited (as excited as you can be about anything J2EE-related).


Blogger Jesse Kuhnert said...

Hehe, that must feel pretty cool. congrats =)

8:20 PM  
Blogger Stephan.Schmidt said...

It's on my resume for some time now ;-)

Hmm. I never put Dynaop there though although it has the same spirit as Guice.

Thanks for both.


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2:24 AM  
Blogger Staff Software Engineer at Google said...

Matt Raible was pretty excited when AppFuse first showed up as a job requirement...

I played around with Guice. I don't think that I'd put it on my resume just yet.

Congrats :)

11:10 AM  
Blogger Staff Software Engineer at Google said...

All There are 3 Guice jobs posted on indeed

You can also get an RSS feed of all of the Guice jobs from :)

You really should get Google to post some "Guice Required" jobs... I'd like to apply ;)

11:15 AM  
Blogger Bob said...

We typically don't hire for specific positions, but you wouldn't have any problem getting on a project which uses Guice.

11:20 AM  
Blogger Jeremy Norris said...

Awesome! (btw, it's hard to get excited about JEE? You've got to be kidding me. There is so much exciting stuff happening in this space - I love it!)

7:02 PM  

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