Wicket Job Opportunity

2017-11-02 Thread Igor Vaynberg
Hi,
My company is looking to fill a 100% telecommuting (must reside within
two time zones of US/Central time GMT-0600) senior software engineer
position. We use Wicket/Weld/Hibernate stack. If you are interested
you can read more about the position here:
https://www.42lines.net/careers/software-eng/

Cheers,
-Igor

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Wicket job opening in Estonia

2014-11-21 Thread Martin Makundi
Hi!

We have a wicket job opening in Estonia, required fluency in Estonian and
Finnish.

Feel free to email me or apply via
http://www.youritprofile.com/job_ad/id/701


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Re: Wicket job opportunities

2013-11-06 Thread Ondrej Zizka

I guess you have checked
http://careers.stackoverflow.com/jobs/tag/wicket

and also
http://www.linkedin.com/vsearch/j?keywords=wicketopenAdvancedForm=truelocationType=YsortBy=R

Ondra



On 29.10.2013 19:13, Leonid Bogdanov wrote:

Hello!

 Sorry for bringing this topic, but I'm wondering are there any Software 
Developer positions that require Wicket knowledge and a remote work is an 
option?
 It would be double awesome if such position involves Scala/Clojure/Hadoop. 
I'll provide my CV on a request.

Thank you!



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Wicket job opportunities

2013-10-29 Thread Leonid Bogdanov

Hello!

    Sorry for bringing this topic, but I'm wondering are there any Software 
Developer positions that require Wicket knowledge and a remote work is an 
option?
    It would be double awesome if such position involves Scala/Clojure/Hadoop. 
I'll provide my CV on a request.

Thank you!

Wicket job offer in Dubai

2013-03-17 Thread Sylvain Vieujot
We have a job opening for a good wicket developer.

Emirates REIT ( http://www.reit.ae ) needs to recuite a good developer
that is both good at programming and at suggesting ways to model and
improve our businesses and processes via the IT system.

The job will be based in Dubai, at the Dubai Financial Centre, and
includes expanding our intranet which is quite extensive and key to the
business, and working on a few other smaller projects.

The key skills are :
Wicket, Hibernate, Javascript, Maven and linux administration.

If interested, please contact me at : sylvain at companydomain.

Thank you.

Sylvain Vieujot.


RE: Wicket job market

2013-02-05 Thread Chris Colman
Wicket is probably the best most of us have ever enjoyed before. but
let's be realistic, there's the nice paradox of non competitive
presentation of this presentation framework yet, to be sold to not
enough tech skilled people, who are decision makers. they just want
to see nice cinema. then, why not adding that to Wicket site, and be
more marketineers too?

+1

With very little effort and some CSS I would have thought the Wicket
website could be spruced up with big payoffs.

I mentioned this a couple of years back and someone sent some links of a
project to provide a 'new look' wicket site that looked 10x spunkier
than the current site. I don't know what happened to that project but I
think it would be well worth the effort to complete that.

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Re: Wicket job market

2013-02-05 Thread Martin Grigorov
If someone feels good enough in web design - HTML+CSS, video making,
everything that will make the site more attractive for both technical and
non-technical people:

the new site (unfinished) is at https://github.com/dashorst/wicket-site
the current site is at:
https://svn.apache.org/repos/asf/wicket/common/site/trunk




On Tue, Feb 5, 2013 at 9:31 AM, Chris Colman
chr...@stepaheadsoftware.comwrote:

 Wicket is probably the best most of us have ever enjoyed before. but
 let's be realistic, there's the nice paradox of non competitive
 presentation of this presentation framework yet, to be sold to not
 enough tech skilled people, who are decision makers. they just want
 to see nice cinema. then, why not adding that to Wicket site, and be
 more marketineers too?

 +1

 With very little effort and some CSS I would have thought the Wicket
 website could be spruced up with big payoffs.

 I mentioned this a couple of years back and someone sent some links of a
 project to provide a 'new look' wicket site that looked 10x spunkier
 than the current site. I don't know what happened to that project but I
 think it would be well worth the effort to complete that.

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Re: Wicket job market

2013-02-05 Thread manuelbarzi
 The one thing i would say:if you want to have a nice presentation of 
 vaadin,it comes out of the box,because thats a vaadin feature:nice 
 presentation. No other framework has it such easy:)

Vaadin efficiently speaks the language of emotions.

 So lets start a competition...

Nice ;) but, i would add: caution!

1) Wicket decision makers may understand the same picture first.
Their support is needed.

2) SoC. As Wicket very well does and promotes - that's the main reason
it was created to - a Separation of Concerns should be accepted. Java
side is for the engineers, Html side is for the designers (in the
ideal case, we know). aligned with this same directive, it should be
accepted that the expertise of marketineer skilled people is
required to concentrate and contribute on Wicket marketing strategy.
we are most engineers, implementors, so help from people that
correctly dominates marketing should be recruited and accepted.

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Re: Wicket job market

2013-02-05 Thread Ernesto Reinaldo Barreiro
Hi,

On Tue, Feb 5, 2013 at 9:31 AM, Chris Colman
chr...@stepaheadsoftware.comwrote:

 Wicket is probably the best most of us have ever enjoyed before. but
 let's be realistic, there's the nice paradox of non competitive
 presentation of this presentation framework yet, to be sold to not
 enough tech skilled people, who are decision makers. they just want
 to see nice cinema. then, why not adding that to Wicket site, and be
 more marketineers too?

 +1

 With very little effort and some CSS I would have thought the Wicket
 website could be spruced up with big payoffs.

 I mentioned this a couple of years back and someone sent some links of a
 project to provide a 'new look' wicket site that looked 10x spunkier
 than the current site. I don't know what happened to that project but I
 think it would be well worth the effort to complete that.


As always problem boils down to: who bells the cat? There are not many
active developers... as far as I can see... and they are doing an
excellent/dedicated work fixing issues .

I would extend the above task to include a nice looking components
showcase...

-- 
Regards - Ernesto Reinaldo Barreiro
Antilia Soft
http://antiliasoft.com/ http://antiliasoft.com/antilia


Re: Wicket job market

2013-02-05 Thread manuelbarzi
 If someone feels good enough in web design - HTML+CSS, video making,
 everything that will make the site more attractive for both technical and
 non-technical people:

 the new site (unfinished) is at https://github.com/dashorst/wicket-site
 the current site is at:
 https://svn.apache.org/repos/asf/wicket/common/site/trunk

i think this is missing what answered before. it is not only a
question of HTML + CSS. it's also a marketing strategy that should
be worked too, and this is not our area. would you accept that?

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RE: Wicket job market

2013-02-05 Thread Chris Colman
your loosing the focus pretended to be justify before: marketing,
not tech. and many people first see, later think :)

I think the problem is that most good software engineers see 'beauty' in
the elegant component based, object oriented architecture of Wicket - we
can all go oooh and h just thinking about how truly beautiful
Wicket has been 'engineered'.
 
We see beauty beyond the external presentation.

People out in the real world however, or developers who don't get the
oooh/aaah value from elegant design and architecture, are usually
'beauty is only skin deep' people - and given then don't care about
elegant engineering 'under the hood' their evaluation of the 'goodness'
of something is based totally on the appearance of the 'skin'.

I think we have to grasp the concept that there are two different types
of people and they're on opposite ends of the spectrum - the less
'engineering' someone is the more they crave 'funky look and feel'.

Because of the above, and maybe I'm going out on a limb here, IMHO
Wicket's much wider adoption is totally reliant on improving the Wicket
website's 'looks' to newcomers on their first visit.

Regards,
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Re: Wicket job market

2013-02-05 Thread Francois Meillet
Thanks Philippe for raising this issue

Maybe it's time to take a step back to better analyse the situation and where 
we want to go.
Because we don't want to be the only ones using the best framework. 

What need to be done ?

If we promote Wicket right now, we will end up with a big failure.
In marketing, you don't sell the product, but the product's perception people 
have.

So what could be the plan ?

I would say, in that order :

-up to date documentation
-user friendly documentation
-more exemples for beginners

and, once it's done, I repeat, once it's done,

-marketing slides for decision makers
-more buzz in any java/web forum to promote wicket


François

Le 5 févr. 2013 à 09:52, Chris Colman chr...@stepaheadsoftware.com a écrit :

 your loosing the focus pretended to be justify before: marketing,
 not tech. and many people first see, later think :)
 
 I think the problem is that most good software engineers see 'beauty' in
 the elegant component based, object oriented architecture of Wicket - we
 can all go oooh and h just thinking about how truly beautiful
 Wicket has been 'engineered'.
 
 We see beauty beyond the external presentation.
 
 People out in the real world however, or developers who don't get the
 oooh/aaah value from elegant design and architecture, are usually
 'beauty is only skin deep' people - and given then don't care about
 elegant engineering 'under the hood' their evaluation of the 'goodness'
 of something is based totally on the appearance of the 'skin'.
 
 I think we have to grasp the concept that there are two different types
 of people and they're on opposite ends of the spectrum - the less
 'engineering' someone is the more they crave 'funky look and feel'.
 
 Because of the above, and maybe I'm going out on a limb here, IMHO
 Wicket's much wider adoption is totally reliant on improving the Wicket
 website's 'looks' to newcomers on their first visit.
 
 Regards,
 Chris
 
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Re: Wicket job market

2013-02-05 Thread Martin Grigorov
On Tue, Feb 5, 2013 at 10:01 AM, Francois Meillet 
francois.meil...@gmail.com wrote:

 Thanks Philippe for raising this issue

 Maybe it's time to take a step back to better analyse the situation and
 where we want to go.
 Because we don't want to be the only ones using the best framework.

 What need to be done ?

 If we promote Wicket right now, we will end up with a big failure.
 In marketing, you don't sell the product, but the product's perception
 people have.

 So what could be the plan ?

 I would say, in that order :

 -up to date documentation
 -user friendly documentation
 -more exemples for beginners


branch:
https://git-wip-us.apache.org/repos/asf/wicket/repo?p=wicket.git;a=shortlog;h=refs/heads/reference-guide
current state: http://martin-g.github.com/wicket-reference-guide/

I'll probably be able to document a topic or at most two per week.
Then based on the types of questions in the mailing lists I'll update the
docs and add more topics.



 and, once it's done, I repeat, once it's done,


 -marketing slides for decision makers
 -more buzz in any java/web forum to promote wicket


 François

 Le 5 févr. 2013 à 09:52, Chris Colman chr...@stepaheadsoftware.com a
 écrit :

  your loosing the focus pretended to be justify before: marketing,
  not tech. and many people first see, later think :)
 
  I think the problem is that most good software engineers see 'beauty' in
  the elegant component based, object oriented architecture of Wicket - we
  can all go oooh and h just thinking about how truly beautiful
  Wicket has been 'engineered'.
 
  We see beauty beyond the external presentation.
 
  People out in the real world however, or developers who don't get the
  oooh/aaah value from elegant design and architecture, are usually
  'beauty is only skin deep' people - and given then don't care about
  elegant engineering 'under the hood' their evaluation of the 'goodness'
  of something is based totally on the appearance of the 'skin'.
 
  I think we have to grasp the concept that there are two different types
  of people and they're on opposite ends of the spectrum - the less
  'engineering' someone is the more they crave 'funky look and feel'.
 
  Because of the above, and maybe I'm going out on a limb here, IMHO
  Wicket's much wider adoption is totally reliant on improving the Wicket
  website's 'looks' to newcomers on their first visit.
 
  Regards,
  Chris
 
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Re: Wicket job market

2013-02-05 Thread manuelbarzi
 I think the problem is that most good software engineers see 'beauty' in
 the elegant component based, object oriented architecture of Wicket - we
 can all go oooh and h just thinking about how truly beautiful
 Wicket has been 'engineered'.

 We see beauty beyond the external presentation.

 People out in the real world however, or developers who don't get the
 oooh/aaah value from elegant design and architecture, are usually
 'beauty is only skin deep' people - and given then don't care about
 elegant engineering 'under the hood' their evaluation of the 'goodness'
 of something is based totally on the appearance of the 'skin'.

 I think we have to grasp the concept that there are two different types
 of people and they're on opposite ends of the spectrum - the less
 'engineering' someone is the more they crave 'funky look and feel'.

 Because of the above, and maybe I'm going out on a limb here, IMHO
 Wicket's much wider adoption is totally reliant on improving the Wicket
 website's 'looks' to newcomers on their first visit.

as expressed before: emotions. e... motion  motion  movement. the
nice emotions you experiment as an engineer on wicket, the same
non-techs experiment on render-side. but at the end what moves you,
and other people, the hole world: emotions. so let's speak that
language at the non-dominated side yet, but not only in look  feel
(design), also in strategy (marketing).

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Re: Wicket job market

2013-02-05 Thread Bernard
I think it would be exhausting and possibly risky to rely on the
appeal of the Wicket site. This appeal can already be provided by
third party sites that use Wicket. A developer can then choose to show
management a selection of sites that are relevant in context.

What drives adoption rate is development efficiency, meeting deadlines
and ease of deployment.

Sure in small markets it is difficult to find developers for Wicket,
but it is not difficult to convince a manager with the prospect of an
earlier completion date even if a couple of developers have to be
trained (or may not have to be trained because they can focus on
HTML). It is not very difficult to convince managers of that.

So what is wrong? Why is it not working? I can't provide the full
answer. But to feel confident about meeting deadlines, I would like to
see improvements in the following areas:

1) Better support of statelessness in general
2) Some stateless AJAX if possible, even if only in basic cases with
constraints say for auto-complete text fields
3) Transition from stateless pages to statful pages
4) Recovery from loss of state. Is implemented but it does not work.

So while after so many years, we don't have that, I can only
confidently recommend to use Wicket if users are allowed to have 10
hour web sessions (I have been there), or the users are already used
to be kicked out after x minutes like in some online banking sites.

Most users today are used to remember-me cookies. So how do we explain
to them that a page expired while they can prove that they were
still signed in?

Bernard


On Tue, 5 Feb 2013 19:52:18 +1100, you wrote:

your loosing the focus pretended to be justify before: marketing,
not tech. and many people first see, later think :)

I think the problem is that most good software engineers see 'beauty' in
the elegant component based, object oriented architecture of Wicket - we
can all go oooh and h just thinking about how truly beautiful
Wicket has been 'engineered'.
 
We see beauty beyond the external presentation.

People out in the real world however, or developers who don't get the
oooh/aaah value from elegant design and architecture, are usually
'beauty is only skin deep' people - and given then don't care about
elegant engineering 'under the hood' their evaluation of the 'goodness'
of something is based totally on the appearance of the 'skin'.

I think we have to grasp the concept that there are two different types
of people and they're on opposite ends of the spectrum - the less
'engineering' someone is the more they crave 'funky look and feel'.

Because of the above, and maybe I'm going out on a limb here, IMHO
Wicket's much wider adoption is totally reliant on improving the Wicket
website's 'looks' to newcomers on their first visit.

Regards,
Chris

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Re: Wicket job market

2013-02-05 Thread Andrea Del Bene

Reading the mails sent so far, I think Wicket should improve two aspects:

-Its promotion
-Support for stateless usage.

The second point has already been indicated as a target for Wicket 7. 
The promotion stuff is probably the most challenging because many of 
Wicket supporters has technical skills rather than promotional.
IMHO a first concrete and easy-to-do step to make Wicket more appealing 
is creating a Showcase link for left menu that points to live 
examples. In the current site live examples don't have enough visibility 
(just my two cents).
We should also add some Wicket-stuff live examples to show some of the 
most eye-catching modules.

I think it would be exhausting and possibly risky to rely on the
appeal of the Wicket site. This appeal can already be provided by
third party sites that use Wicket. A developer can then choose to show
management a selection of sites that are relevant in context.

What drives adoption rate is development efficiency, meeting deadlines
and ease of deployment.

Sure in small markets it is difficult to find developers for Wicket,
but it is not difficult to convince a manager with the prospect of an
earlier completion date even if a couple of developers have to be
trained (or may not have to be trained because they can focus on
HTML). It is not very difficult to convince managers of that.

So what is wrong? Why is it not working? I can't provide the full
answer. But to feel confident about meeting deadlines, I would like to
see improvements in the following areas:

1) Better support of statelessness in general
2) Some stateless AJAX if possible, even if only in basic cases with
constraints say for auto-complete text fields
3) Transition from stateless pages to statful pages
4) Recovery from loss of state. Is implemented but it does not work.

So while after so many years, we don't have that, I can only
confidently recommend to use Wicket if users are allowed to have 10
hour web sessions (I have been there), or the users are already used
to be kicked out after x minutes like in some online banking sites.

Most users today are used to remember-me cookies. So how do we explain
to them that a page expired while they can prove that they were
still signed in?

Bernard


On Tue, 5 Feb 2013 19:52:18 +1100, you wrote:


your loosing the focus pretended to be justify before: marketing,
not tech. and many people first see, later think :)

I think the problem is that most good software engineers see 'beauty' in
the elegant component based, object oriented architecture of Wicket - we
can all go oooh and h just thinking about how truly beautiful
Wicket has been 'engineered'.

We see beauty beyond the external presentation.

People out in the real world however, or developers who don't get the
oooh/aaah value from elegant design and architecture, are usually
'beauty is only skin deep' people - and given then don't care about
elegant engineering 'under the hood' their evaluation of the 'goodness'
of something is based totally on the appearance of the 'skin'.

I think we have to grasp the concept that there are two different types
of people and they're on opposite ends of the spectrum - the less
'engineering' someone is the more they crave 'funky look and feel'.

Because of the above, and maybe I'm going out on a limb here, IMHO
Wicket's much wider adoption is totally reliant on improving the Wicket
website's 'looks' to newcomers on their first visit.

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Chris

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Re: Wicket job market

2013-02-05 Thread manuelbarzi
 Reading the mails sent so far, I think Wicket should improve two aspects:

 -Its promotion
 -Support for stateless usage.

 The second point has already been indicated as a target for Wicket 7. The
 promotion stuff is probably the most challenging because many of Wicket
 supporters has technical skills rather than promotional.
 IMHO a first concrete and easy-to-do step to make Wicket more appealing is
 creating a Showcase link for left menu that points to live examples. In
 the current site live examples don't have enough visibility (just my two
 cents).
 We should also add some Wicket-stuff live examples to show some of the most
 eye-catching modules.

you are opining  projecting like an engineer, not as an expert in the
promotion area you mention. insisting to the infinite: expertise on
on how to focus not only the new look  feel, but the contents, the
information, what and how to be presented, is required. and this is
not an engineer skill. engineers can help complementing it, but not
exactly focusing it.

moreover, with the help of this promotion (marketineer) expertise,
there's no need to re-invent the wheel. just see how others - the
competence - do well in this area, and learn from them, instead of
rejecting that by other tech-thical reasons.

expertise in tech-market to focus it required, watching the competence.

as one ever said: it is very important WHAT, but more important HOW.

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Re: Wicket job market

2013-02-05 Thread Martin Grigorov
The list at
https://cwiki.apache.org/confluence/display/WICKET/Ideas+for+Wicket+7.0 is
just ideas as stated at the top.
Probably we should create tickets in Jira so people can vote for them.


On Tue, Feb 5, 2013 at 12:39 PM, Andrea Del Bene an.delb...@gmail.comwrote:

 Reading the mails sent so far, I think Wicket should improve two aspects:

 -Its promotion
 -Support for stateless usage.

 The second point has already been indicated as a target for Wicket 7. The
 promotion stuff is probably the most challenging because many of Wicket
 supporters has technical skills rather than promotional.
 IMHO a first concrete and easy-to-do step to make Wicket more appealing is
 creating a Showcase link for left menu that points to live examples. In
 the current site live examples don't have enough visibility (just my two
 cents).
 We should also add some Wicket-stuff live examples to show some of the
 most eye-catching modules.


Currently on InMethod Grid examples are hosted at
http://www.wicket-library.com/inmethod-grid/data-grid/simple?0
Which others you find as a good enough to be promoted ?



  I think it would be exhausting and possibly risky to rely on the
 appeal of the Wicket site. This appeal can already be provided by
 third party sites that use Wicket. A developer can then choose to show
 management a selection of sites that are relevant in context.

 What drives adoption rate is development efficiency, meeting deadlines
 and ease of deployment.

 Sure in small markets it is difficult to find developers for Wicket,
 but it is not difficult to convince a manager with the prospect of an
 earlier completion date even if a couple of developers have to be
 trained (or may not have to be trained because they can focus on
 HTML). It is not very difficult to convince managers of that.

 So what is wrong? Why is it not working? I can't provide the full
 answer. But to feel confident about meeting deadlines, I would like to
 see improvements in the following areas:

 1) Better support of statelessness in general
 2) Some stateless AJAX if possible, even if only in basic cases with
 constraints say for auto-complete text fields
 3) Transition from stateless pages to statful pages
 4) Recovery from loss of state. Is implemented but it does not work.

 So while after so many years, we don't have that, I can only
 confidently recommend to use Wicket if users are allowed to have 10
 hour web sessions (I have been there), or the users are already used
 to be kicked out after x minutes like in some online banking sites.

 Most users today are used to remember-me cookies. So how do we explain
 to them that a page expired while they can prove that they were
 still signed in?

 Bernard


 On Tue, 5 Feb 2013 19:52:18 +1100, you wrote:

  your loosing the focus pretended to be justify before: marketing,
 not tech. and many people first see, later think :)

 I think the problem is that most good software engineers see 'beauty' in
 the elegant component based, object oriented architecture of Wicket - we
 can all go oooh and h just thinking about how truly beautiful
 Wicket has been 'engineered'.

 We see beauty beyond the external presentation.

 People out in the real world however, or developers who don't get the
 oooh/aaah value from elegant design and architecture, are usually
 'beauty is only skin deep' people - and given then don't care about
 elegant engineering 'under the hood' their evaluation of the 'goodness'
 of something is based totally on the appearance of the 'skin'.

 I think we have to grasp the concept that there are two different types
 of people and they're on opposite ends of the spectrum - the less
 'engineering' someone is the more they crave 'funky look and feel'.

 Because of the above, and maybe I'm going out on a limb here, IMHO
 Wicket's much wider adoption is totally reliant on improving the Wicket
 website's 'looks' to newcomers on their first visit.

 Regards,
 Chris

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Re: Wicket job market

2013-02-05 Thread Andrea Del Bene
I would add modules TinyMCE, Google Maps and jqPlot. An example of 
integration with Facebook could be cool as well :)

The list at
https://cwiki.apache.org/confluence/display/WICKET/Ideas+for+Wicket+7.0 is
just ideas as stated at the top.
Probably we should create tickets in Jira so people can vote for them.


On Tue, Feb 5, 2013 at 12:39 PM, Andrea Del Bene an.delb...@gmail.comwrote:


Reading the mails sent so far, I think Wicket should improve two aspects:

-Its promotion
-Support for stateless usage.

The second point has already been indicated as a target for Wicket 7. The
promotion stuff is probably the most challenging because many of Wicket
supporters has technical skills rather than promotional.
IMHO a first concrete and easy-to-do step to make Wicket more appealing is
creating a Showcase link for left menu that points to live examples. In
the current site live examples don't have enough visibility (just my two
cents).
We should also add some Wicket-stuff live examples to show some of the
most eye-catching modules.


Currently on InMethod Grid examples are hosted at
http://www.wicket-library.com/inmethod-grid/data-grid/simple?0
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Re: Wicket job market

2013-02-05 Thread Martin Grigorov
On Tue, Feb 5, 2013 at 7:45 PM, procrastinative.developer 
procrastinative.develo...@gmail.com wrote:

 I really enjoy wicket, it's really easy to create complex site with it. For
 me the biggest problem was a 'wicket way'. To create site effectivly, we
 need to learn a lot about how wicket works etc. Without good documentation
 process of learning can be frustrating.

  I see this problems in wicket:
  1)lack of good documentation (for beginners is ok, but for more complex
 problems sometimes I need to spend a lot of time to discover how I need to
 do that)


since you know better some parts of Wicket now I officially invite you to
help me with the new reference guide for beginners. See my previous mail in
this thread for the urls
many people complain about this but no one offered help so far


  2)lack of good IDE support - I use netbeans and intellij and tools for it
 are not very good.


Intellij has very good support for Java/Scala/Groovy, HTML, JS, HTML, CSS
:-)

 3)lack of good list of tools -in my wicket career i found a lot usefull
 tools, but in 50% it was a matter of luck.


what kind of tools do you mean ? which are the useful ones ?


  4)a lot of abandoned plugins - because of a lot of api breaks between
 wicket 1.4 and wicket 6.0 some plugin not working with current version of
 wicket.


Here is my point of view here - the abandoned plugins are those which are
not very useful to the community.
Since no one migrated them means that no one needed them so far.
Many libraries have migrated so it is not so hard.



 Wicket developers did a lot of good work. Wicket popularity depends on
 wicket community. Maybe developers of plugins and wicket tools(not only
 wicket components, but also IDE plugins developers and tools like wicket
 RAD
 etc) should give feedback what they need for easier tools creation. Wicket
 dev should freeze api. I think that now wicket is very mature framework and
 with version 6.0 its time to start building infrastructure around it that
 help developers to create webapplications.

 Maybe it's time to build site like wicket repository where user can
 publish and search information about created by other users plugins?


The repository is at https://github.com/wicketstuff/core Why do you need
something else ? Who will maintain several repositories ? This will just
confuse all new developers.
Pick an issue from
https://github.com/wicketstuff/core/issues?direction=descsort=createdstate=open
and
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Re: Wicket job market

2013-02-05 Thread Nick Heudecker
I'll wade into the point about IDE plugins since I was the original
maintainer of Wicketforge (https://code.google.com/p/wicketforge/), which
is still being actively developed by Minas Manthos.

As it stands today, Wicketforge is a great productivity enhancer when
developing Wicket apps. It provides autocompletion of Wicket IDs, templated
panel and page creation, as well as a few inspections and intentions to
make life easier (More info here:
https://code.google.com/p/wicketforge/wiki/PluginFeatures). More features
could be added, but the value is questionable given IDEA's already
excellent HTML and Java support.

Right now Wicketforge has no open tickets. If the plugin doesn't do
something you want it to do, checkout the source and contribute back. I'm
sure Minas would love to get some patches, and if he's busy I'll come out
of plugin retirement and take a look.

-Nick


On Tue, Feb 5, 2013 at 10:45 AM, procrastinative.developer 
procrastinative.develo...@gmail.com wrote:

 I really enjoy wicket, it's really easy to create complex site with it. For
 me the biggest problem was a 'wicket way'. To create site effectivly, we
 need to learn a lot about how wicket works etc. Without good documentation
 process of learning can be frustrating.

  I see this problems in wicket:
  1)lack of good documentation (for beginners is ok, but for more complex
 problems sometimes I need to spend a lot of time to discover how I need to
 do that)
  2)lack of good IDE support - I use netbeans and intellij and tools for it
 are not very good.
  3)lack of good list of tools -in my wicket career i found a lot usefull
 tools, but in 50% it was a matter of luck.
  4)a lot of abandoned plugins - because of a lot of api breaks between
 wicket 1.4 and wicket 6.0 some plugin not working with current version of
 wicket.

 Wicket developers did a lot of good work. Wicket popularity depends on
 wicket community. Maybe developers of plugins and wicket tools(not only
 wicket components, but also IDE plugins developers and tools like wicket
 RAD
 etc) should give feedback what they need for easier tools creation. Wicket
 dev should freeze api. I think that now wicket is very mature framework and
 with version 6.0 its time to start building infrastructure around it that
 help developers to create webapplications.

 Maybe it's time to build site like wicket repository where user can
 publish and search information about created by other users plugins?



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Re: Wicket job market

2013-02-05 Thread Nick Heudecker
Did you file a ticket for the problems you experienced?

On Tue, Feb 5, 2013 at 12:21 PM, procrastinative.developer 
procrastinative.develo...@gmail.com wrote:

 I was testing this plugin a some time ago and I had a lot of problems with
 it
 (NPE, no switching between files). I was so frustrated about this
 situation,
 that I uninstall this plugin and  I resign from using it in development.
 Thanks about info, I will try this plugin again.



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Re: Wicket job market

2013-02-04 Thread Martin Grigorov
Hi,

Spring MVC is backed by VMWare.
GWT by Google (or not anymore ?!)

Wicket and Tapestry as Apache projects are developed by volunteers.

I think what miss is the marketing and the training.

I'm not sure whether there is such job search site in Germany to get some
stats but the market for Wicket here is pretty big.
Among others several German banks use Wicket for their web apps.



On Mon, Feb 4, 2013 at 1:05 PM, Philippe Demaison ph.demai...@gmail.comwrote:

 Hello,

 Let's say that the most popular java web frameworks are Wicket, Tapestry,
 GWT, Spring MVC.

 Have you seen the graph ?

 http://www.indeed.com/jobtrends?q=Wicket%2C+Tapestry%2C+GWT%2C+%22Spring+MVC%22


 Other frameworks
 Play Framework, Apache Click, Stripes, Struts, JSF, Seam

 http://www.indeed.com/jobtrends?q=%22Play+Framework%22%2C+%22Apache+Click%22%2C+Stripes%2C+Struts%2C+JSF%2C+Seam


 What needs to be improved to get a wider adoption of Wicket ?

 Best regards
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Re: Wicket job market

2013-02-04 Thread Ernesto Reinaldo Barreiro
Hi,

IMHO on countries that invest heavily on RD (new technologies) like
Germany, Netherlands, UK, USA, etc Wicket market is growing... and you can
find lots of Jobs posts asking for Wicket versed programmers.. See

http://www.indeed.de/Jobs?q=Wicketl=
http://www.indeed.nl/Wicket-vacatures
http://www.indeed.fr/emplois?q=Wicketl=
http://www.indeed.co.uk/jobs?q=Wicketl=

compare to

http://www.indeed.es/ofertas?q=Wicketl=

:-(

As many other OpenSource projects its development depends largely on
volunteers and on companies willing to pay back with employee time
for maintenance/documentation. etc. So, there is no point on comparing with
frameworks backed by big players or well established frameworks.

At least in Spain my experience is that:

1- I do not risk my ass decision makers are a big obstacle for adoption:
they just want to hear about big names backed software  or at least well
know/established software... so that, if development ins't going as
planned, it is not a problem of the framework selected.
2- Many programmers comming from Struts like frameworks background have big
problems in caching up with OOP required for Wicket and the Wicket way.
3- Lack of a unified place where to find free/well-supported commercial
quality components doesn't help either when you want to sell wicket.

On Mon, Feb 4, 2013 at 1:05 PM, Philippe Demaison ph.demai...@gmail.comwrote:

 Hello,

 Let's say that the most popular java web frameworks are Wicket, Tapestry,
 GWT, Spring MVC.

 Have you seen the graph ?

 http://www.indeed.com/jobtrends?q=Wicket%2C+Tapestry%2C+GWT%2C+%22Spring+MVC%22


 Other frameworks
 Play Framework, Apache Click, Stripes, Struts, JSF, Seam

 http://www.indeed.com/jobtrends?q=%22Play+Framework%22%2C+%22Apache+Click%22%2C+Stripes%2C+Struts%2C+JSF%2C+Seam


 What needs to be improved to get a wider adoption of Wicket ?

 Best regards
 Phlippe




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Re: Wicket job market

2013-02-04 Thread Tim Urberg
I wouldn't discount Apache, look at how Struts took off, and look at the 
Apache HTTP server, the most widely used server on the web.  Apache may 
not be a big corporation but they are a still a big name.


On 2/4/13 7:37 AM, Ernesto Reinaldo Barreiro wrote:

Hi,

IMHO on countries that invest heavily on RD (new technologies) like
Germany, Netherlands, UK, USA, etc Wicket market is growing... and you can
find lots of Jobs posts asking for Wicket versed programmers.. See

http://www.indeed.de/Jobs?q=Wicketl=
http://www.indeed.nl/Wicket-vacatures
http://www.indeed.fr/emplois?q=Wicketl=
http://www.indeed.co.uk/jobs?q=Wicketl=

compare to

http://www.indeed.es/ofertas?q=Wicketl=

:-(

As many other OpenSource projects its development depends largely on
volunteers and on companies willing to pay back with employee time
for maintenance/documentation. etc. So, there is no point on comparing with
frameworks backed by big players or well established frameworks.

At least in Spain my experience is that:

1- I do not risk my ass decision makers are a big obstacle for adoption:
they just want to hear about big names backed software  or at least well
know/established software... so that, if development ins't going as
planned, it is not a problem of the framework selected.
2- Many programmers comming from Struts like frameworks background have big
problems in caching up with OOP required for Wicket and the Wicket way.
3- Lack of a unified place where to find free/well-supported commercial
quality components doesn't help either when you want to sell wicket.

On Mon, Feb 4, 2013 at 1:05 PM, Philippe Demaison ph.demai...@gmail.comwrote:


Hello,

Let's say that the most popular java web frameworks are Wicket, Tapestry,
GWT, Spring MVC.

Have you seen the graph ?

http://www.indeed.com/jobtrends?q=Wicket%2C+Tapestry%2C+GWT%2C+%22Spring+MVC%22


Other frameworks
Play Framework, Apache Click, Stripes, Struts, JSF, Seam

http://www.indeed.com/jobtrends?q=%22Play+Framework%22%2C+%22Apache+Click%22%2C+Stripes%2C+Struts%2C+JSF%2C+Seam


What needs to be improved to get a wider adoption of Wicket ?

Best regards
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Re: Wicket job market

2013-02-04 Thread Ernesto Reinaldo Barreiro
Hi,

On Mon, Feb 4, 2013 at 3:20 PM, Tim Urberg t...@urberg.net wrote:

 I wouldn't discount Apache, look at how Struts took off, and look at the
 Apache HTTP server, the most widely used server on the web.  Apache may not
 be a big corporation but they are a still a big name.


It is not my intention to discount Apache (read my allusion to well
established frameworks as Struts). I just wanted to pointing out that for
managers it is a lot easier to decided for WELL established names that
for newcomers... Things like

1-how/where do I find programmers that know this technology.?
2- Is my team going to catch up quickly with new things, would they be able
to solves difficult issues?
3- if not who is available on my local marked that will be able to solve
those issues for me at a reasonable price?
4- What do I gain risking new technology? Please show me a nice free (or
cheap) well maintained component pack I can use to solve my
problems/quickly build my applications.

Those are the questions I have faced when trying to get wicket adopted.



 On 2/4/13 7:37 AM, Ernesto Reinaldo Barreiro wrote:

 Hi,

 IMHO on countries that invest heavily on RD (new technologies) like
 Germany, Netherlands, UK, USA, etc Wicket market is growing... and you can
 find lots of Jobs posts asking for Wicket versed programmers.. See

 http://www.indeed.de/Jobs?q=**Wicketl=http://www.indeed.de/Jobs?q=Wicketl=
 http://www.indeed.nl/Wicket-**vacatureshttp://www.indeed.nl/Wicket-vacatures
 http://www.indeed.fr/emplois?**q=Wicketl=http://www.indeed.fr/emplois?q=Wicketl=
 http://www.indeed.co.uk/jobs?**q=Wicketl=http://www.indeed.co.uk/jobs?q=Wicketl=

 compare to

 http://www.indeed.es/ofertas?**q=Wicketl=http://www.indeed.es/ofertas?q=Wicketl=

 :-(

 As many other OpenSource projects its development depends largely on
 volunteers and on companies willing to pay back with employee time
 for maintenance/documentation. etc. So, there is no point on comparing
 with
 frameworks backed by big players or well established frameworks.

 At least in Spain my experience is that:

 1- I do not risk my ass decision makers are a big obstacle for adoption:
 they just want to hear about big names backed software  or at least well
 know/established software... so that, if development ins't going as
 planned, it is not a problem of the framework selected.
 2- Many programmers comming from Struts like frameworks background have
 big
 problems in caching up with OOP required for Wicket and the Wicket way.
 3- Lack of a unified place where to find free/well-supported commercial
 quality components doesn't help either when you want to sell wicket.

 On Mon, Feb 4, 2013 at 1:05 PM, Philippe Demaison ph.demai...@gmail.com
 wrote:

  Hello,

 Let's say that the most popular java web frameworks are Wicket, Tapestry,
 GWT, Spring MVC.

 Have you seen the graph ?

 http://www.indeed.com/**jobtrends?q=Wicket%2C+**
 Tapestry%2C+GWT%2C+%22Spring+**MVC%22http://www.indeed.com/jobtrends?q=Wicket%2C+Tapestry%2C+GWT%2C+%22Spring+MVC%22


 Other frameworks
 Play Framework, Apache Click, Stripes, Struts, JSF, Seam

 http://www.indeed.com/**jobtrends?q=%22Play+Framework%**
 22%2C+%22Apache+Click%22%2C+**Stripes%2C+Struts%2C+JSF%2C+**Seamhttp://www.indeed.com/jobtrends?q=%22Play+Framework%22%2C+%22Apache+Click%22%2C+Stripes%2C+Struts%2C+JSF%2C+Seam


 What needs to be improved to get a wider adoption of Wicket ?

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Re: Wicket job market

2013-02-04 Thread Josh Kamau
Does anyone think the rise of javascript based single page thick client
type of applications are eating on wickets share? When i try to sell wicket
to my peers, they normally argue that they want a stateless client and a
stateful rich clients. The kind of clients that you build with javascript
toolkits such as angular, backbone etc. One of the main reason why i
started using wicket was my phobia for javascript. That phobia is no more.
Infact i want more and more control over the javascript on my client.  Does
anyone else share the same sentiments?  I am still a huge wicket fun and i
use it in many projects.
Josh.


On Mon, Feb 4, 2013 at 5:53 PM, Ernesto Reinaldo Barreiro 
reier...@gmail.com wrote:

 Hi,

 On Mon, Feb 4, 2013 at 3:20 PM, Tim Urberg t...@urberg.net wrote:

  I wouldn't discount Apache, look at how Struts took off, and look at the
  Apache HTTP server, the most widely used server on the web.  Apache may
 not
  be a big corporation but they are a still a big name.
 
 
 It is not my intention to discount Apache (read my allusion to well
 established frameworks as Struts). I just wanted to pointing out that for
 managers it is a lot easier to decided for WELL established names that
 for newcomers... Things like

 1-how/where do I find programmers that know this technology.?
 2- Is my team going to catch up quickly with new things, would they be able
 to solves difficult issues?
 3- if not who is available on my local marked that will be able to solve
 those issues for me at a reasonable price?
 4- What do I gain risking new technology? Please show me a nice free (or
 cheap) well maintained component pack I can use to solve my
 problems/quickly build my applications.

 Those are the questions I have faced when trying to get wicket adopted.


 
  On 2/4/13 7:37 AM, Ernesto Reinaldo Barreiro wrote:
 
  Hi,
 
  IMHO on countries that invest heavily on RD (new technologies) like
  Germany, Netherlands, UK, USA, etc Wicket market is growing... and you
 can
  find lots of Jobs posts asking for Wicket versed programmers.. See
 
  http://www.indeed.de/Jobs?q=**Wicketl=
 http://www.indeed.de/Jobs?q=Wicketl=
  http://www.indeed.nl/Wicket-**vacatures
 http://www.indeed.nl/Wicket-vacatures
  http://www.indeed.fr/emplois?**q=Wicketl=
 http://www.indeed.fr/emplois?q=Wicketl=
  http://www.indeed.co.uk/jobs?**q=Wicketl=
 http://www.indeed.co.uk/jobs?q=Wicketl=
 
  compare to
 
  http://www.indeed.es/ofertas?**q=Wicketl=
 http://www.indeed.es/ofertas?q=Wicketl=
 
  :-(
 
  As many other OpenSource projects its development depends largely on
  volunteers and on companies willing to pay back with employee time
  for maintenance/documentation. etc. So, there is no point on comparing
  with
  frameworks backed by big players or well established frameworks.
 
  At least in Spain my experience is that:
 
  1- I do not risk my ass decision makers are a big obstacle for
 adoption:
  they just want to hear about big names backed software  or at least
 well
  know/established software... so that, if development ins't going as
  planned, it is not a problem of the framework selected.
  2- Many programmers comming from Struts like frameworks background have
  big
  problems in caching up with OOP required for Wicket and the Wicket
 way.
  3- Lack of a unified place where to find free/well-supported
 commercial
  quality components doesn't help either when you want to sell wicket.
 
  On Mon, Feb 4, 2013 at 1:05 PM, Philippe Demaison 
 ph.demai...@gmail.com
  wrote:
 
   Hello,
 
  Let's say that the most popular java web frameworks are Wicket,
 Tapestry,
  GWT, Spring MVC.
 
  Have you seen the graph ?
 
  http://www.indeed.com/**jobtrends?q=Wicket%2C+**
  Tapestry%2C+GWT%2C+%22Spring+**MVC%22
 http://www.indeed.com/jobtrends?q=Wicket%2C+Tapestry%2C+GWT%2C+%22Spring+MVC%22
 
 
 
  Other frameworks
  Play Framework, Apache Click, Stripes, Struts, JSF, Seam
 
  http://www.indeed.com/**jobtrends?q=%22Play+Framework%**
  22%2C+%22Apache+Click%22%2C+**Stripes%2C+Struts%2C+JSF%2C+**Seam
 http://www.indeed.com/jobtrends?q=%22Play+Framework%22%2C+%22Apache+Click%22%2C+Stripes%2C+Struts%2C+JSF%2C+Seam
 
 
 
  What needs to be improved to get a wider adoption of Wicket ?
 
  Best regards
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Re: Wicket job market

2013-02-04 Thread manuelbarzi
 toolkits such as angular, backbone etc. One of the main reason why i
 started using wicket was my phobia for javascript. That phobia is no more.
 Infact i want more and more control over the javascript on my client.  Does
 anyone else share the same sentiments?  I am still a huge wicket fun and i
 use it in many projects.
 Josh.

i think that the evolution of:

- network speed
- navigators capabilities (memory, processing speed, etc. provided by
hardware advances)

is creating the picture of java virtual machine in client-side but
with html, css and javascript. you can see more and more heavy-duty
web software being executed on navigators (client-side) with more
and more load of dependencies (javascript resources an so on). so, at
the end, executing a web-application will transform the something as
similar as it was downloading an applet and running that piece on
navigator. with the difference, for the moment, that all code
downloaded is not crypted or compiled, but interpreted.

it seems like a fish biting its tail. soon may be, we'll have
javascript virtual machine's (already working in navigators, almost)
downloading and running javascript applets (tons of code).

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Re: Wicket job market

2013-02-04 Thread Michael Mosmann

Am 04.02.2013 15:43, schrieb manuelbarzi:

Play Framework, Apache Click, Stripes, Struts, JSF, Seam
http://www.indeed.com/jobtrends?q=%22Play+Framework%22%2C+%22Apache+Click%22%2C+Stripes%2C+Struts%2C+JSF%2C+Seam
What needs to be improved to get a wider adoption of Wicket ?

IMO, selling Wicket as Vaadin does, may help a lot.
I think, you should not compare wicket with vaadin. Wicket is not the 
right answer for every project. Wicket does not compete with vaadin, 
because wicket is a different hammer. The rise of javascript apps 
could change the future of web development, but for such a project you 
should not use wicket either. IMHO wicket is the better answer than 
struts, grails (if you have a long term maintenance cycle), jsf...


I think there are many wicket projects out there, but wicket is not the 
so called cool stuff like grails, spring roo and so on... nothing a 
developer likes to play with (which is IMHO a good thing). I think, this 
could be changed with wicket 6 (jquery build-in)... but it is a long way.


Michael


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RE: Wicket job market

2013-02-04 Thread Colin Rogers
In Australia it's almost non-existent. Mostly technology is 5 or 6 years behind 
the rest of the world, generally. Most places I've worked for here use JSP and 
Struts 1. Obviously there are plenty of places that do cutting edge stuff, but 
it's few and far between.

I work for the only company I know of that uses Wicket (they used it before I 
came, but it's the reason why I'm here). I do plenty of searches for Wicket 
based jobs, as I'm still a contractor and other than here, there is nothing. 
Guess that means I'm hoping to stick around! ;)

Okay, how's this for Sod's Law. I figure I should do a quick search on 
seek.com.au before making these claims, and another company in Melbourne 
mentions Wicket as a nice-to-have on a job description... :)

Col.

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From: Michael Mosmann [mailto:mich...@mosmann.de]
Sent: 05 February 2013 08:33
To: users@wicket.apache.org
Subject: Re: Wicket job market

Am 04.02.2013 15:43, schrieb manuelbarzi:
 Play Framework, Apache Click, Stripes, Struts, JSF, Seam
 http://www.indeed.com/jobtrends?q=%22Play+Framework%22%2C+%22Apache+C
 lick%22%2C+Stripes%2C+Struts%2C+JSF%2C+Seam
 What needs to be improved to get a wider adoption of Wicket ?
 IMO, selling Wicket as Vaadin does, may help a lot.
I think, you should not compare wicket with vaadin. Wicket is not the right 
answer for every project. Wicket does not compete with vaadin, because wicket 
is a different hammer. The rise of javascript apps
could change the future of web development, but for such a project you should 
not use wicket either. IMHO wicket is the better answer than struts, grails (if 
you have a long term maintenance cycle), jsf...

I think there are many wicket projects out there, but wicket is not the so 
called cool stuff like grails, spring roo and so on... nothing a developer 
likes to play with (which is IMHO a good thing). I think, this could be changed 
with wicket 6 (jquery build-in)... but it is a long way.

Michael


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Re: Wicket job market

2013-02-04 Thread manuelbarzi
 I think, you should not compare wicket with vaadin. Wicket is not the right
 answer for every project. Wicket does not compete with vaadin, because
 wicket is a different hammer. The rise of javascript apps could change the
 future of web development, but for such a project you should not use wicket
 either. IMHO wicket is the better answer than struts, grails (if you have a
 long term maintenance cycle), jsf...

 I think there are many wicket projects out there, but wicket is not the so
 called cool stuff like grails, spring roo and so on... nothing a developer
 likes to play with (which is IMHO a good thing). I think, this could be
 changed with wicket 6 (jquery build-in)... but it is a long way.

your loosing the focus pretended to be justify before: marketing,
not tech. and many people first see, later think :)

nobody was comparing Wicket with Vaadin, neither technically and
neither in any other similar aspects. but you seem to defend so it in
your mail. Vaadin is just mentioned as a good example (like it or not)
that gains a lot of adepts just because of its cool marketing
presentation at its website (in terms of style, look  feel, and
special effects). that's all. so could be any other tech that
applies similar commercial strategies.

just to give you an example: from many persons i know, who have
decision power in projects, and they have no idea about wicket, they
just say: does wicket really have serious projects? is it actually
used? cause i see that GWT or Vaadin seem much more worked,
professional, and nice. and you cannot pretend them to perfeclty
understand the differences between techs because they have no enough
technical skills to do so. sad (not really, is a nice feedback to
learn from) but true.

Wicket is probably the best most of us have ever enjoyed before. but
let's be realistic, there's the nice paradox of non competitive
presentation of this presentation framework yet, to be sold to not
enough tech skilled people, who are decision makers. they just want
to see nice cinema. then, why not adding that to Wicket site, and be
more marketineers too?

i think we may all agree that in general, open-source projects in
Apache have a big lack of cool presentation and marketing. and
marketing it is not a concept that goes against open-source, of
course. there are many nice open-source projects that do sell
them-selves well in their sites.

one nice idea could be: why not opening a competition to create a more
marketineer presentation of Wicket tech?

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Re: Wicket job market

2013-02-04 Thread Michael Mosmann
I agree with you.

The one thing i would say:if you want to have a nice presentation of vaadin,it 
comes out of the box,because thats a vaadin feature:nice presentation. No other 
framework has it such easy:)

So lets start a competition...

Michael:)



manuelbarzi manuelba...@gmail.com schrieb:

 I think, you should not compare wicket with vaadin. Wicket is not the
right
 answer for every project. Wicket does not compete with vaadin,
because
 wicket is a different hammer. The rise of javascript apps could
change the
 future of web development, but for such a project you should not use
wicket
 either. IMHO wicket is the better answer than struts, grails (if you
have a
 long term maintenance cycle), jsf...

 I think there are many wicket projects out there, but wicket is not
the so
 called cool stuff like grails, spring roo and so on... nothing a
developer
 likes to play with (which is IMHO a good thing). I think, this could
be
 changed with wicket 6 (jquery build-in)... but it is a long way.

your loosing the focus pretended to be justify before: marketing,
not tech. and many people first see, later think :)

nobody was comparing Wicket with Vaadin, neither technically and
neither in any other similar aspects. but you seem to defend so it in
your mail. Vaadin is just mentioned as a good example (like it or not)
that gains a lot of adepts just because of its cool marketing
presentation at its website (in terms of style, look  feel, and
special effects). that's all. so could be any other tech that
applies similar commercial strategies.

just to give you an example: from many persons i know, who have
decision power in projects, and they have no idea about wicket, they
just say: does wicket really have serious projects? is it actually
used? cause i see that GWT or Vaadin seem much more worked,
professional, and nice. and you cannot pretend them to perfeclty
understand the differences between techs because they have no enough
technical skills to do so. sad (not really, is a nice feedback to
learn from) but true.

Wicket is probably the best most of us have ever enjoyed before. but
let's be realistic, there's the nice paradox of non competitive
presentation of this presentation framework yet, to be sold to not
enough tech skilled people, who are decision makers. they just want
to see nice cinema. then, why not adding that to Wicket site, and be
more marketineers too?

i think we may all agree that in general, open-source projects in
Apache have a big lack of cool presentation and marketing. and
marketing it is not a concept that goes against open-source, of
course. there are many nice open-source projects that do sell
them-selves well in their sites.

one nice idea could be: why not opening a competition to create a more
marketineer presentation of Wicket tech?

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Deployment models (was: Re: Wicket job market)

2013-02-04 Thread Emmanouil Batsis (Manos)

On 02/04/2013 02:05 PM, Philippe Demaison wrote:

What needs to be improved to get a wider adoption of Wicket ?


That is probably the most relevant subject IMHO.

FWIW, a largely disruptive factor is a new but increasingly important 
business/deployment model, that of the cross-domain, embedded 
client-side app.


Imagine you have an webapp that does XYZ and you offer that as a 
service. You may want to allow your clients to embed this functionality 
using Ajax+JSONP+cross domain (VS an iframe), i.e. embed your app by 
offering a pure javascript client. That's what I'm currently missing 
from wicket. This actually forces me to largely rewrite app by exposing 
REST interfaces and patching up a REST javascript client from scratch 
using something like backbone.js.


Just my 0.25.

Manos

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wicket job opportunity, we are hiring

2012-06-05 Thread Igor Vaynberg
the company i work for ( 42lines.net ) is growing and we are looking
for a few good devs.

about our approach:

* we are a distributed company with employees based predominantly in
the usa, there are 27 of us now
* everyone telecommutes either from home or a coworking space of your
choice (paid for by the company)
* we use a variation of agile methodology (daily scrums, iterations,
peer code reviews, etc)

tech stack:

* wicket
* jpa/hibernate/querydsl
* cdi/weld
* resteasy
* jquery / jquery mobile

what we want from you:

* first and foremost you are smart and you know how to apply those
smarts to writing code
* you work on PST/EST +- 2 hours
* you have a decent internet connection capable of skype (we can help
you get one)
* you understand (not just know) java and oop
* you are comfortable in sql, hibernate, and wicket

there is lots more info, including how to apply, available here:

https://www.42lines.net/2012/05/29/now-hiring-2-new-java-engineers-and-2-new-qa-engineers/

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Re: wicket job opportunity, we are hiring

2012-06-05 Thread Cedric Gatay
Hi Igor,
this is an interesting opportunity, too bad it is time zone limited. I hope
you'll find somebody.


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On Tue, Jun 5, 2012 at 10:37 PM, Igor Vaynberg igor.vaynb...@gmail.comwrote:

 the company i work for ( 42lines.net ) is growing and we are looking
 for a few good devs.

 about our approach:

 * we are a distributed company with employees based predominantly in
 the usa, there are 27 of us now
 * everyone telecommutes either from home or a coworking space of your
 choice (paid for by the company)
 * we use a variation of agile methodology (daily scrums, iterations,
 peer code reviews, etc)

 tech stack:

 * wicket
 * jpa/hibernate/querydsl
 * cdi/weld
 * resteasy
 * jquery / jquery mobile

 what we want from you:

 * first and foremost you are smart and you know how to apply those
 smarts to writing code
 * you work on PST/EST +- 2 hours
 * you have a decent internet connection capable of skype (we can help
 you get one)
 * you understand (not just know) java and oop
 * you are comfortable in sql, hibernate, and wicket

 there is lots more info, including how to apply, available here:


 https://www.42lines.net/2012/05/29/now-hiring-2-new-java-engineers-and-2-new-qa-engineers/

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wicket job opportunity, we are hiring

2011-11-02 Thread Igor Vaynberg
the company i work for ( 42lines inc) is growing and we are looking
for a few good devs.

about our approach:

* we are a distributed company with employees based predominantly in
the usa, i think there are 22 of us now
* everyone telecommutes either from home or a coworking space if you
get cabin fever sitting at home
* we use a variation of agile methodology (daily scrums, iterations,
peer code reviews, etc)

tech as of now:

* wicket
* jpa/hibernate
* cdi/weld
* resteasy
* joda date/time
* querydsl
* guava
* metagen
* jquery
* jquery mobile

what we want from you:

* first and foremost you are smart and you know how to apply those
smarts to writing code
* you work on PST/EST +- 2 hours
* you have a decent internet connection capable of skype (we can help
you get one)
* you understand (not just know) java and oop
* you are comfortable in sql, hibernate, and wicket

there is lots more info, including how to apply, available off this blog post:

https://www.42lines.net/2011/10/15/now-hiring-3-new-java-engineers-and-2-new-qa-engineers/

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Wicket job

2011-09-05 Thread Martin Makundi
Hi!

Looking for an on-site Wicket developer/consultant, Helsinki, Finland:

If you are interested, apply at http://www.youritprofile.com/job_ad/id/3375


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Wicket job, Helsinki, Finland

2011-08-09 Thread Martin Makundi
Hi!

We have a job-opening for a wicket developer.

The job requires on-site presence (Helsinki, Finland) and finnish
language skills (minimum fluent in reading).

Project starts in august and duration is 3-6 months.

Apply at: http://www.youritprofile.com/job_ad/id/2813


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Wicket Job Opportunity

2011-03-16 Thread Igor Vaynberg
we are looking to hire a few senior and junior level engineers.

when: a Continental US Timezone (we can make an exception if you are
wicked good)
where: full telecommute

we work on an expanding intranet application for a university.
we use the latest technologies and keep our stack up to date.
we have a developer-friendly environment.

more details at http://www.42lines.net/employment/java_engineer

cheers,
-igor

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Re: Wicket Job Opportunity in Belgium (Leuven)

2011-02-18 Thread Josh Kamau
Hi,

Is this Open to people outside Belgium, Am in Nairobi.Kenya.Africa.

Kind regards.
Josh.

On Thu, Feb 17, 2011 at 11:10 PM, Maarten Bosteels
mbosteels@gmail.comwrote:

 Hi everyone,

 We are looking for a senior Java Developer, preferably with good knowledge
 of Wicket.

 You will join a team of 5 enthusiastic developers and are responsible for
 the implementation of
 new, challenging projects within our existing registration system.

 You support best practices such as TDD, continuous integration, design
 patterns and continuous refactoring, and you
 know how to apply them with the aim of guaranteeing the quality of the
 source code.

 For more details :
 http://www.dns.be/pdf/vacature-senior-developer-jan2011-en.pdf
 http://www.dns.be/pdf/vacature-senior-developer-jan2011-nl.pdf

 We offer

   - An interesting job with room for your own initiatives, responsibility
   and technical challenges in a
   financially healthy organisation.
   - A pleasant and stimulating work environment, with fun and professional
   colleagues in a great atmosphere.
   - Flexible working hours.
   - The opportunity to improve your knowledge and skills thanks to a
   personal development plan with 12 days of training a year.
   - A very attractive salary supplemented by extra legal benefits: group
   insurance, hospitalisation cover, meal vouchers, 32 holidays, laptop.

 Please send your resume to maarten.bosteels (at) dns.be

 *Maarten Bosteels*
 *Manager Software Development

 [image: dnsbe_logo.png]

 **DNS.be vzw/asbl*  · Ubicenter  · Philipssite 5 · bus 13 · 3001 Leuven

 www.dns.be



Re: Wicket Job Opportunity in Belgium (Leuven)

2011-02-18 Thread Maarten Bosteels
Hi,

We are looking for a permanent, full-time position, not for a consultant.
We need someone who is able to work at our office at least 4 days a week.
So I am afraid that living in (or moving to) Belgium is a requirement

best regards
Maarten

On Fri, Feb 18, 2011 at 3:30 PM, Josh Kamau joshnet2...@gmail.com wrote:

 Hi,

 Is this Open to people outside Belgium, Am in Nairobi.Kenya.Africa.

 Kind regards.
 Josh.

 On Thu, Feb 17, 2011 at 11:10 PM, Maarten Bosteels
 mbosteels@gmail.comwrote:

  Hi everyone,
 
  We are looking for a senior Java Developer, preferably with good
 knowledge
  of Wicket.
 
  You will join a team of 5 enthusiastic developers and are responsible for
  the implementation of
  new, challenging projects within our existing registration system.
 
  You support best practices such as TDD, continuous integration, design
  patterns and continuous refactoring, and you
  know how to apply them with the aim of guaranteeing the quality of the
  source code.
 
  For more details :
  http://www.dns.be/pdf/vacature-senior-developer-jan2011-en.pdf
  http://www.dns.be/pdf/vacature-senior-developer-jan2011-nl.pdf
 
  We offer
 
- An interesting job with room for your own initiatives, responsibility
and technical challenges in a
financially healthy organisation.
- A pleasant and stimulating work environment, with fun and
 professional
colleagues in a great atmosphere.
- Flexible working hours.
- The opportunity to improve your knowledge and skills thanks to a
personal development plan with 12 days of training a year.
- A very attractive salary supplemented by extra legal benefits: group
insurance, hospitalisation cover, meal vouchers, 32 holidays, laptop.
 
  Please send your resume to maarten.bosteels (at) dns.be
 
  *Maarten Bosteels*
  *Manager Software Development
 
  [image: dnsbe_logo.png]
 
  **DNS.be vzw/asbl*  · Ubicenter  · Philipssite 5 · bus 13 · 3001 Leuven
 
  www.dns.be
 



Wicket Job Opportunity in Belgium (Leuven)

2011-02-17 Thread Maarten Bosteels
Hi everyone,

We are looking for a senior Java Developer, preferably with good knowledge
of Wicket.

You will join a team of 5 enthusiastic developers and are responsible for
the implementation of
new, challenging projects within our existing registration system.

You support best practices such as TDD, continuous integration, design
patterns and continuous refactoring, and you
know how to apply them with the aim of guaranteeing the quality of the
source code.

For more details :
http://www.dns.be/pdf/vacature-senior-developer-jan2011-en.pdf
http://www.dns.be/pdf/vacature-senior-developer-jan2011-nl.pdf

We offer

   - An interesting job with room for your own initiatives, responsibility
   and technical challenges in a
   financially healthy organisation.
   - A pleasant and stimulating work environment, with fun and professional
   colleagues in a great atmosphere.
   - Flexible working hours.
   - The opportunity to improve your knowledge and skills thanks to a
   personal development plan with 12 days of training a year.
   - A very attractive salary supplemented by extra legal benefits: group
   insurance, hospitalisation cover, meal vouchers, 32 holidays, laptop.

Please send your resume to maarten.bosteels (at) dns.be

*Maarten Bosteels*
*Manager Software Development

[image: dnsbe_logo.png]

**DNS.be vzw/asbl*  · Ubicenter  · Philipssite 5 · bus 13 · 3001 Leuven

www.dns.be


Re: Java Wicket Job Opportunity, Finland

2009-12-28 Thread Uwe Schäfer

Sam Stainsby schrieb:


Finland, Finland, Finland
The country where I quite want to be!

^^^ Not the best job application I've seen :-)


but a nice reference to monty python´s flying circus ;)




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Re: Java Wicket Job Opportunity, Finland

2009-12-28 Thread shetc

Well done, Uwe! 
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Re: Java Wicket Job Opportunity, Finland

2009-12-21 Thread Martin Makundi
Yeah, working remotely IS an option.

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2009/12/19 Martin Makundi martin.maku...@koodaripalvelut.com:
 Hi!

 We are looking for talented individuals to work with us on our online 
 products.

 Development tools include:
 * java + wicket
 * m2eclipse, eclipse ide
 * jpa + hibernate
 * javascript + jquery

 Contact me for more information if you are interested.

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Re: Java Wicket Job Opportunity, Finland

2009-12-21 Thread nino martinez wael
Remember to mention such things to your recruitment agents.

regards Nino

2009/12/21 Martin Makundi martin.maku...@koodaripalvelut.com:
 Yeah, working remotely IS an option.

 **
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 2009/12/19 Martin Makundi martin.maku...@koodaripalvelut.com:
 Hi!

 We are looking for talented individuals to work with us on our online 
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 Development tools include:
 * java + wicket
 * m2eclipse, eclipse ide
 * jpa + hibernate
 * javascript + jquery

 Contact me for more information if you are interested.

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Re: Java Wicket Job Opportunity, Finland

2009-12-20 Thread Sam Stainsby
On Sat, 19 Dec 2009 18:12:48 -0800, shetc wrote:

 Finland, Finland, Finland
 The country where I quite want to be!

^^^ Not the best job application I've seen :-)


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Re: Java Wicket Job Opportunity, Finland

2009-12-20 Thread chinedu efoagui
hello,
I am very interested.
please contact me
chinedub...@gmail.com

thank you
On 12/19/09, Martin Makundi martin.maku...@koodaripalvelut.com wrote:
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Re: Java Wicket Job Opportunity, Finland

2009-12-20 Thread Pedro Santos
Hi Martin, I'm Interested in an international professional experience. That
position for a short duration? If so, give me some information about,
thank you

On Sat, Dec 19, 2009 at 8:21 AM, Martin Makundi 
martin.maku...@koodaripalvelut.com wrote:

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Java Wicket Job Opportunity, Finland

2009-12-19 Thread Martin Makundi
Hi!

We are looking for talented individuals to work with us on our online products.

Development tools include:
* java + wicket
* m2eclipse, eclipse ide
* jpa + hibernate
* javascript + jquery

Contact me for more information if you are interested.

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Re: Java Wicket Job Opportunity, Finland

2009-12-19 Thread Rodolfo Hansen
Hi,

I am interested in learning more about the offer.

I'm the maintainer for wicketstuff-push and maven-gae-plugin, I can also
point you to some sites we've done for our clients, with jQuery or wicket.

I would like to know the details regarding tour products, so  please feel
free to reply or im me at kry...@gmail.com.

Sincerely,

Rodolfo Hansen

On Sat, Dec 19, 2009 at 6:21 AM, Martin Makundi 
martin.maku...@koodaripalvelut.com wrote:

 Hi!

 We are looking for talented individuals to work with us on our online
 products.

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 * java + wicket
 * m2eclipse, eclipse ide
 * jpa + hibernate
 * javascript + jquery

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Re: Java Wicket Job Opportunity, Finland

2009-12-19 Thread Jeremy Thomerson
I think that it is always best to reply directly to the person offering the
job rather than posting to the list.  The default action for reply is to the
list - so please double check who you are sending emails to before sending.

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On Sat, Dec 19, 2009 at 9:46 AM, Rodolfo Hansen rhan...@kindleit.netwrote:

 Hi,

 I am interested in learning more about the offer.

 I'm the maintainer for wicketstuff-push and maven-gae-plugin, I can also
 point you to some sites we've done for our clients, with jQuery or wicket.

 I would like to know the details regarding tour products, so  please feel
 free to reply or im me at kry...@gmail.com.

 Sincerely,

 Rodolfo Hansen

 On Sat, Dec 19, 2009 at 6:21 AM, Martin Makundi 
 martin.maku...@koodaripalvelut.com wrote:

  Hi!
 
  We are looking for talented individuals to work with us on our online
  products.
 
  Development tools include:
  * java + wicket
  * m2eclipse, eclipse ide
  * jpa + hibernate
  * javascript + jquery
 
  Contact me for more information if you are interested.
 
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Re: Java Wicket Job Opportunity, Finland

2009-12-19 Thread Rodolfo Hansen
Sorry.

On Sat, Dec 19, 2009 at 1:36 PM, Jeremy Thomerson jer...@wickettraining.com
 wrote:

 I think that it is always best to reply directly to the person offering the
 job rather than posting to the list.  The default action for reply is to
 the
 list - so please double check who you are sending emails to before sending.

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 On Sat, Dec 19, 2009 at 9:46 AM, Rodolfo Hansen rhan...@kindleit.net
 wrote:

  Hi,
 
  I am interested in learning more about the offer.
 
  I'm the maintainer for wicketstuff-push and maven-gae-plugin, I can also
  point you to some sites we've done for our clients, with jQuery or
 wicket.
 
  I would like to know the details regarding tour products, so  please feel
  free to reply or im me at kry...@gmail.com.
 
  Sincerely,
 
  Rodolfo Hansen
 
  On Sat, Dec 19, 2009 at 6:21 AM, Martin Makundi 
  martin.maku...@koodaripalvelut.com wrote:
 
   Hi!
  
   We are looking for talented individuals to work with us on our online
   products.
  
   Development tools include:
   * java + wicket
   * m2eclipse, eclipse ide
   * jpa + hibernate
   * javascript + jquery
  
   Contact me for more information if you are interested.
  
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Re: Java Wicket Job Opportunity, Finland

2009-12-19 Thread shetc

Finland, Finland, Finland

The country where I quite want to be!
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Wicket Job

2009-10-22 Thread Robert McGuinness
Location: Jacksonville, FL
Company: Availity
Job Description: http://www.availity.com/about-availity/careers/ (search for
for Developer III position)
Summary: Web app written in JSP/Servlets being converted to Wicket.  ORM
layer is Hibernate.   Javascript library is JQuery.

Obviously should great at using Wicket (creating custom components,
modifying existing Wicket components, integrating with JQuery, understanding
Wicket component lifecycle, understanding models, integrating Servlet/JSP
legacy with Wicket, etc) but also understand HTML/CSS/Javascript best
practices and making the UI cross browser.  ORM expertise a plus but not
super important.  More importantly, a passion for technology, especially
pushing the boundaries of UI development!

It's a great place to work and if you have fresh ideas on how to improve the
code base they are welcome; Ex: Availity was going to use JSF before I
joined, whew!

If you have specific questions just shoot me an email and I will do my best
to answer.

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Regards,

Robert McGuinness III


Re: Wicket Job offer

2009-08-18 Thread Haulyn R. Jason
All the things are interesting, but can you share some experience about
inject component or model with guice? I am trying Salve solution.

On Fri, Aug 14, 2009 at 6:02 PM, Wayne Pope 
waynemailingli...@googlemail.com wrote:

 Hello all,

 We are looking for a long term wicket developer to join our very small
 company here in Monaco/Nice area.
 Salary is in the range of 2500 to 4500 a month Euro depending on
 experience.
 Starting with a 6 month contract moving to a full time position afterwards.
 English speaking working environment

 You'll be working on an online B2B application. Technologies used:
 Wicket 1.4
 Java 6
 Guice
 Maven
 Warp
 Hibernate
 Mysql
 Lucene search
 Open office headless
 Commons
 Ant
 Tomcat
 Linux and Solaris
 Hosted in the cloud.
 JQuery
 XHTML/css


 Please contact me DIRECTLY if you are interested - NOT THE MAILING LIST!
 This position is NOT available as a remote/work from home position.

 many thanks
 Wayne

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Re: Wicket Job offer

2009-08-18 Thread Antony Stubbs

Hi Wayne,

What time frame are you looking at for start time?

Cheers,
Antony Stubbs,

sharca.com

On 14/08/2009, at 12:02 PM, Wayne Pope wrote:


Hello all,

We are looking for a long term wicket developer to join our very small
company here in Monaco/Nice area.
Salary is in the range of 2500 to 4500 a month Euro depending on  
experience.
Starting with a 6 month contract moving to a full time position  
afterwards.

English speaking working environment

You'll be working on an online B2B application. Technologies used:
Wicket 1.4
Java 6
Guice
Maven
Warp
Hibernate
Mysql
Lucene search
Open office headless
Commons
Ant
Tomcat
Linux and Solaris
Hosted in the cloud.
JQuery
XHTML/css


Please contact me DIRECTLY if you are interested - NOT THE MAILING  
LIST!

This position is NOT available as a remote/work from home position.

many thanks
Wayne

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Java/Wicket Job Available with Wicket founder at Networks in Motion

2009-08-07 Thread Jonathan Locke


My company is hiring someone (ideally in Seattle, but we also have an  
Aliso Viejo office down near L.A.)
We are doing a lot of back-end server work in Java, but we would  
really prefer someone with solid Wicket experience for a variety of  
reasons.
The team is me and one other guy, so there would be three coders after  
this hire. We really need a high quality and highly productive person.
Our company is doing really well and our group is small and fun and  
focussed on simple, appropriately architected OO and OSS solutions.


http://seattle.craigslist.org/see/sof/1311327500.html

Thanks,

Jonathan Locke



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Wicket Job Opportunity in Singapore

2009-07-24 Thread Teck Hooi Lim
Hi,We have TWO (2) open positions in our company. We are looking forfull time Java developers preferably with Wicket experience to fill these positions in ourSingaporeoffice.For detail job description and about our company , please log on to http://www.vocanic.com/hiring.html.Thank you. Lim, Teck HooiSoftware Developer+65 8282 9972 | cell+65 6327 8096 | office73A Tanjong Pagar RdSingapore 088494Registration No:200500677HCONFIDENTIALITY NOTICEThe information contained in this message is confidential, intended only for the use of the individual or the entity named as recipient. If the reader of this message is not that recipient, you are notified that any dissemination, distribution or copy of this message is strictly prohibited. 

Wicket Job offer

2009-04-16 Thread Wayne Pope
PLEASE REPLY TO ME DIRECTLY - NOT THE USER GROUP!

Web 2.0 startup based in Nice/Monaco in the south of France seeks top
developer to join their small team. English working environment.

Skills: Java, Apache Wicket, Hibernate (annotations), Guice, XHTML,
CSS, javascript, Agile/SCRUM, Linux skills, ant bash, maven.
Experience 3+ years. If you contribute to open source projects this
will be a bonus. Must be motivated and interested in all Web
applications, developments and open source frameworks and projects.
You must have excellent design and OO , being able to product clean
simple code, and not work from examples. The ability to figure out
quickly how a new technology/framework is imperative. Must be
comfortable working in a SCRUM environment - ie transparency on your
code, and daily updates of progress.

Bonus skills: Open source contributions, design interests, usability
experience, Lucerne search engine/library,

The company based in Monaco/Nice area will shortly be launching an
online social Web application targeted at SME's. You will be joining
just before this period and be expected to pick up quickly from the
current code and base and become 100% responsible for the platform and
code base including all architecture, design, and contribute to the
discussions on future developments/direction of the product. You'll
also be responsible for production troubleshooting and scalability.
This role is for someone will all round skills and you'll need to be
flexible and work on new items at short notice. This is a small
company of only 4 people so you must be part of the team and be
motivated to work in this type of environment. This role can turn into
a long term position for someone motivated to contribute and be part
of the company and will reap the rewards. The person who fills this
role needs a passion for Internet based technologies and Web sites,
knowledge and interest in Web based sites, applications, design ,
usability, new trends and ways of working on the net.

Please send you CV to me. We need someone on the ground here
unfortunalty, not working remotely at this time.

thanks
Wayne

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Wicket job opportunity New York City

2008-09-10 Thread Gerald K

Hi Wicket Users,

Kikin is currently looking for a Java Frontend Developer with a  
background in Wicket. We are already doing some pretty interesting  
things with Wicket, using it both for regular website stuff as well  
as for embedded widgets. It is a great position that allows you to  
push Wicket to its limit, build up a component library, work with a  
wide variety of content and also get to work on select middleware  
pieces.


The ideal candidate has a proven track record in developing with Java  
frontend technologies (including Wicket), strong knowledge of DHTML,  
DOM, AJAX, Javascript, Browser compatibility and has attention to  
detail.


This is a fulltime position based in SoHo/NYC with competitive pay  
and benefits. No contractors or recruiters please. For the right  
candidate we are more than willing to help with relocating to NYC. We  
are an early stage startup that is developing a new way of web  
personalization that will turn the industry upside down. We are fully  
funded and have an experienced team of founders that have multiple  
successful exits under their belt. While we are still in private  
beta, our product is already being used by 1 users every day.


If you are interested to learn more about this opportunity, please  
send your resume to jobs at kikin.com.


Thanks,
Gerald




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