Friday, 7 June 2013

[PF:172255] Urgent Requirement for Java Developer ::: Boston ::: MA ---------->durga@sancrosoftusa.com

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This is Durga, - Recruitment and Resources from SancroSoft USA Inc.

 

We have an urgent requirement as follows:

 

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Requirement Details

 

Java Developer

Location: Boston MA

Duration: 6 months

 

JD: Key Responsibilities

 

·         Collaborate with business analysts and designers in the development of a rich J2EE based UI and business component development

·         Research, document, design and implement program requirements and specifications.

·         Ability to effectively prioritize and execute tasks in a high pressure environment.

 

Required Skills/Experience

·         5+ years' experience developing Java and Java EE based enterprise applications.

·          Proven experience implementing mission critical applications that have been deployed to production environments is a must (Developers in Maintenance roles not desired).

·         Financial Services industry experience is desired.

·         Strong development experience with Servlets, Spring, EJB 3, and Hibernate, is a must.

·         Knowledge of handling XML messages in Java

·         Experience in object oriented analysis and design

·         Strong understanding of data modeling and relational databases such as Oracle.

·         Knowledge of SQL and Oracle PL/SQL

·          Experience with business integration using Java Messaging Service is desired.

·          Experience with JUnit/TestNG, Maven, and SVN

·          Knowledge of Hudson would be a plus.

·         Experience using HTML 4, CSS, JavaScript experience would be a plus).

·         Basic knowledge of the JSP

·          ZK Java Web Framework or JQuery would be a plus.

·          A quick learner with the ability to handle development tasks with minimum supervision.

·          Strong Team player and works well with others.

 

Education Requirement

 

Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science or technical major is required.

 

 

Thanks & Regards

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[PF:172220] Signs of Allah in Rain


 
In the name of Allah, the Most-Merciful, the All-Compassionate
 
"May the Peace and Blessings of Allah be Upon You"
 
Praise be to Allaah, we seek His help and His forgiveness. We seek refuge with Allaah from the evil of our own souls and from our bad deeds. Whomsoever Allaah guides will never be led astray, and whomsoever Allaah leaves astray, no one can guide. I bear witness that there is no god but Allaah, and I bear witness that Muhammad is His slave and Messenger.
 
  
Bismillah Walhamdulillah Was Salaatu Was Salaam 'ala Rasulillah
As-Salaam Alaikum Wa-Rahmatullahi Wa-Barakatuhu
 

Signs of Allah in Rain

By Kifayah Khan


Rain-blessing-reminder-articl-contribution

AS the rain pour down, let's take the opportunity to reflect on how Islam teaches us to interact with this great blessing. Islam should guide us in all of our affairs, so it is no surprise that there is a rich Islamic heritage of discussion and opinion in all areas where rain affects our worship and living. What follows is a reminder of some key manners and rulings mentioned by Muslim scholars about rain.

1. Rain as a Blessing

When we understand that all life is made from water, it should make us realize the importance of rain too. As Allah, the Most High says:

"And We made from water every living thing. Then will they not believe?"[1]

Without rain, there would be no life on earth. Through the water cycle, the water descending from the sky maintains life. As Allah, the Most High reminds us:

"And in the water which Allah sends down from the sky and thereby gives life to the earth after its death."[2]

The benefits of this rain are not limited to the land given life, but ultimately this also becomes sustenance for us in the form of agriculture and livestock. 

Allah the Most High, reminds us:
"And he has sent down water from the sky to bring forth fruits for your provision."[3]

Allah has even made this water pure for us so we can use it to fulfill our responsibilities to Him.

As Allah the Most High says:
"And He sent down rain from the skies to cleanse you."[4]

Of course, there are other benefits of rain, like how Allah has made it descend from above, so that it irrigates naturally and effectively across vast areas of land. All of this for free and no return. 


Once we reflect upon these benefits, we will recognize that it is Allah that has given us these blessings and no one else. This recognition should drive us to  thank Him and worship Him with deeper love and awe.

As the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) explained to his companions when they had a night of heavy rain:
"Do you know what your Lord has said?"
They replied: "Allah and His Messenger know better."
Upon this he (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him)remarked, "He has said: Some of My slaves have entered the morning as my believers and some as unbelievers. He who said: We have had a rainfall due to the Grace and Mercy of Allah, believes in Me and disbelieves in the stars; and he who said: We have had a rainfall due to the rising of such and such star, disbelieves in Me and affirms his faith in the stars."'[5]

Here the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) was teaching his companions to attribute the blessings of rain to Allah and no one else. We should therefore recognize the real provider of this rain, and strive to do further good deeds and show our gratefulness for the favors that Allah has bestowed upon us.


2. Rain as a Punishment




In general, rain is a blessing but Allah the Most High has also used rain to punish nations who chose to disobey His commands. These stories are mentioned in the Quran, whereby the people of Nūḥ[6], Lṭ[7], and `Ād[8] were all destroyed by different forms of rain.

Hence, this should be a reminder for us too.

If Allah punished them for their sins, then there is no guarantee that we are safe from his wrath either. This is why the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) would be weary when he saw dark clouds in the sky.

Once the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) saw a cloud gathering above, so this became visible on his face and he became concerned. 

Aishah (may Allah be pleased with her) said "O Messenger of Allah, I see that when the people see a cloud they are happy, because they hope it will bring rain, but I see that when you see a cloud, it is clear from your face that you do not like it."
He (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him)replied, "O Aishah, how can I be sure that there is no punishment in it, for some people were punished by the wind, and some people saw their punishment but said, 'This is a cloud bringing us rain!' [9]



The Messenger of Allah (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) was referring to the people of Ad as mentioned in the following verse:

"And when they saw it as a cloud approaching their valleys,they said, "This is a cloud bringing us rain!" Rather, it is that for which you were impatient: a wind containing a painful punishment."[10]

The above narration teaches us that rain is a blessing but should also act as a reminder of what happened to previous nations that chose to disobey the commands of Allah.  This should make us reflect on our deeds and assess if we are repeating the sins of nations before us.


3. Recommended Actions Linked to Rain


The best of examples and a guide for mankind, the Messenger of Allah (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) performed various actions during times of rain that are now a precedent for us to follow and imitate.

Some of these recommended actions are opportunities to increase in reward, so we should be keen to apply them when possible.


1. To supplicate for the rain to be beneficial



As mentioned, Allah can send rain for different reasons. Hence the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) would supplicate to Allah to provide rainfall that was beneficial and brought mercy.

Aishah(may Allah be pleased with her) relates that when the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) would see clouds gathering in the sky's horizon, he would leave what he was doing even if in prayer and say:
اللَّهُمَّ إِنِّي أَعُوذُ بِك َمِن ْشَرِّهَا
"Oh Allah! I seek refuge in you from its evils."

Then if it actually rained, he (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) would say:

اللَّهُمَّ صَيِّبًاهَنِيئًا
"Oh Allah! (Make it) a copious harmless rain."[11]



In another narration, he (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) is reported as saying:

اللَّهُمَّ صَيِّبًا نافعًا
"Oh Allah! (Make it) a copious beneficial rain."[12]



It is also narrated that the Prophet(peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) would say 'Mercy' when the rain would fall.

When the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) was teaching his companions about their real Sustainer, he advised them of the correct statement to say, as follows:

مُطِرْنَا بِرَحْمَةِ اللهِ، وَبِرِزْقِ اللهِ، وَبِفَضْل ِاللهِ
"We have been given rain by Allah's mercy,
by Allah's sustenance and by Allah's grace."[13]

If it is feared that the rain will bring harm, then it is sunnah(recommended) to say:

اللَّهُمّ َحَوْالَينَا وَلا عَلَيْنَا
"O Allah! (Make it) around us and not upon us."[14]

Or the complete version:
اللَّهُمَّ حَوَالَيْنَا وَلاَ عَلَيْنَا، اللَّهُمَّ عَلَى الآكَامِ وَالْجِبَالِ وَالآجَامِ
 وَالظِّرَابِ وَالأَوْدِيَةِ وَمَنَابِتِ الشَّجَر
"O Allah! (Make it) around us and not upon us.
O Allah! (Make it) upon the plateaus, the mountains, the hills,
the valleys and the places where trees grow."

This is how the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him)supplicated in the famous story related by Anas (may Allah be pleased with him),where a Bedouin complained about the drought in Madinah to the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) whilst he was delivering the Friday sermon (khutbah). 

The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) raised his hands high and supplicated on the pulpit till the rain poured down. This downpour continued for a whole week whereby the same Bedouin then asked the Prophet to make it stop; as it had ruined the crops, made the livestock die and the roads to become blocked. So the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) raised his hands again and supplicated for it to be spread around the city as in the supplication above. [15]


2. To Feel the Rainfall


The scholars said it is sunnah to physically feel the wetness of the rain on your body as Anas b.Malik (may Allah be pleased with him) narrated in the following prophetic narration (ḥadith):

"We were with Allah's Messenger (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) when rain fell upon us.Allah's Messenger opened up his garment a bit so that the rain could touch his skin.
We asked: "O Messenger of Allah, why do you do this?"
He replied: "Because it just recently came from its Lord.""[16]



3.  To Make Extra Supplications as it is a Time when the Supplication is Answered


Sahl b.Saad narrated:

The Messenger of Allah (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) said:
"Two will not be rejected,
the supplication when the call (adhan) is made,
and at the time of the rain." [17]

Imām Ash-Shafi also narrates in his book Al-Umm: 
"Seek response to your dua (supplication) when the armies meet (in battle),
when the prayer is called (i.e. adhan) and when the rain falls." [18]



4.  To Remember Allah when Hearing Thunder


It is reported that when Abd Allah b.Az-Zubayr (may Allah be pleased with him) heard thunder, he would stop talking and say:
سبحان الَّذي
يُسَبِّحُ الرَّعْد ُبِحَمْدِه ِوَالْمَلَائِكَةُ مِنْ خِيفَتِهِ
"Exalted is the One whom
 {The thunder proclaims His praise, as well as the angels in awe of Him}"[21][22] 



4. Specific Rulings Applicable in Times of Heavy Rain


1.  An Option to Pray in the House and Miss the Congregational Mosque Prayer



The scholars have allowed a concession to not pray the congregational prayer in the mosque if the weather makes it significantly inconvenient and could cause harm.

Ibn Qudamah said: [23]
"(A man) may be excused for not praying the Friday prayer (Jumuah) or praying with the congregation (jamah) because of rain that makes the clothes wet, or mud that causes annoyance or stains the clothes."

It was narrated that Abd Allah b. Abbas (may Allah be pleased with them) said to his Muadhin on a rainy day: When you say: 'I bear witness that there is none worthy of worship except Allah and I bear witness that Muḥammad is the Messenger of Allah', do not say, 'Come to prayer', rather say: 'Pray in your houses' [24]. It was as if the people found that strange, so he said: Are you surprised by that? One who is better than me did that. Jumu`ah is obligatory, but I did not want to force you to walk in the mud and on slippery ground."[25]


An-Nawawī said in reference to valid reasons for missing the congregational prayer [26]:
"Severe cold weather is an excuse during night or day. Whilst extreme heat is an excuse in the afternoon and snow is an excuse if it causes the clothes to become drenched."


However, as Ibn Al-Uthaymīn mentions, this should only be an excuse if there is a fear of harm. In the past, the roads were affected much more by rain and the ground would become very muddy and slippery. The modern paved roads have made the paths much safer. Hence if the rain is light, then he should attend the prayers and hope that he will be rewarded for any minor harm he incurs.[27]


2.  Combining the Prayers in the Mosque


When can you combine?

The majority of the schools of law (madhahib) allowed the joining of the prayers in times of heavy rain with the exception of the Ḥanafīschool.   ImamAḥmad and Imam Malik allowed the joining of the Maghrib and Ishan  prayers only whereas Imam Ash-Shafi`i also allowed it for the Dhuhr and Asr prayers.

This allowance by the scholars to join is based upon the famous ḥadīth of Ibn`Abbās (may Allah be pleased with them) where he said that:
The Messenger of Allah (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) combined the noon prayer (Dhuhr) with the afternoon prayer (Aṣr) and the sunset prayer (Maghrib) with the night (`Īshā')prayer in Madīnah without danger or rainfall."[28]



It is also reported that Abd Allah b.Umar (may Allah be pleased with them) used to join between the Maghrib and Isha  prayers in times of rain. [30]




Notes:[1]Al-Anbiyāh:30
[2]Al-Baqarah:164
[3]Al-Baqarah:22
[4]Al-Anfāl:11
[5]ṢaḥīḥAl-Bukhārī 4147   
[6]Al-Qamar:8-12
[7]Al-'A`rāf:84
[8] Al-Aḥqāf:24-25
[9]ṢaḥīḥMuslim: 899
[10] al-Aḥqāf: 46:24
[11]Both supplications are mentioned in the same narration as recorded by AbūDāwūd and authenticated by Al-Albānī in ṢaḥīḥSunanAbīDāwūd: 5099.
[12]Ṣaḥīḥ al-Jāmi` of Al-Albānī: 4725
[13]ṢaḥīḥMuslim: 899 (Complete narration found in footnote 9)
[14]ṢaḥīḥAl-Bukhārī: 6093 and ṢaḥīḥMuslim: 897.
[15]See ṢaḥīḥAl-Bukhārī: 1013 and ṢaḥīḥMuslim: 897 for the complete narrations.
[16]ṢaḥīḥMuslim: 898.
[17]Ṣaḥīḥ Al-Jāmi`: 3078.
[18] Authenticated by Al-Albānī and recorded in Ṣaḥīḥ Al-Jāmi': 1026.
[19]Although there is discussion about the authenticity of the aḥādīth on this issue, the view was also mentioned by An-Nawawī in his Majmū`,  IbnQudāmah in Al-Mughnī and Ibn al-Qayyim in Wābil Al-Ṣayyib.
[20]Majmū` Al-Faṭāwā, Vol.27 Pg.129-130.
[21]Ar-Ra`d: 13.
[22]Authenticated by An-Nawawī in Al-Adhkār: 235, Al-Albānī in Ṣaḥīḥ Al-Adab Al-Mufrad: 556 and Ṣaḥīḥ Al-KalimAṭ-Ṭayyib: 158.
[23]Refer to IbnQudāmah in Al-Mughnī: 1/366.
[24]The scholars also derived from such ḥadīth that it is sunnah to include this phrase صَلُّوا فِي بُيُوتِكُمْ('Pray in your Homes') in the adhān when the conditions require it. Some narrations show that this phrase was added to the existing adhān after 'Come to Prayer' and not just used to replace it (ṢaḥīḥSunan An-Nasā'ī: 653). Also alternative variations to the phrase added to the adhān include صلوا في رحالكم('Pray in your Dwellings') asrecorded in ṢaḥīḥMuslim: 697 and ṢaḥīḥAl-Bukhārī: 632.
[25]ṢaḥīḥAl-Bukhārī: 901.
[26]Al-Majmū' 4/99
[27]Sharḥ Al-Mumti`:  4/317.
[28]ṢaḥīḥMuslim: 705.
[29]Al-Mughnī: 2 / 117 (1254).
[30]As narrated by ImāmMālik in his Muwaṭṭa' (1/145), IbnAbīShaybah in his Muṣannaf (2/234) and Al-Bayhaqī in his Sunan (3/168).Also recorded by Al-Albānī in Irwā al-Ghalīl: 583.
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