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J2ee Vs .Net

 
Balasubramaniam Arumugam
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hi,
This month i am going to give jca exam, i have involved in designing j2ee projects web based as well as application based.

In my company we are now developing projects in .Net framework I am new to .Net. Now I am in a position to design architecture in .Net.
I am familiar with j2ee architecture but i am not familiar with .Net
Some of my friends told me that moving to .Net Technologies is time waste for J2ee developers. I am in confused state.


Anybody could give me some tips.
[ June 12, 2002: Message edited by: Balasubramaniam Arumugam ]
 
Bijan Mohanty
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Hi Bala,
I would say, you should not feel that it's a wastage of time for a J2EE guy to work in .Net if you are preparing for SCEA and to become an architect. Well, if you want to stay being a J2EE developer, then yes it's a wastage of time. A good architect is NOT the one who suggests to use J2EE all the time. A good architect is the one who recommends the right solution considering lot of factors like the existing technology in the enterprise, the future direction as well as existing skill set etc. To do that you need to know a variety of technologies besides J2EE. So if you are getting to work with .Net consider this as an opportunity to learn MS enterprise technology which will make you a better and impartial architect.

Bijan
 
Ketan
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Hi balsa
This is ketan bhatte. How r u.
well I think you should stick to J2EE as .net concepts are very different, i suggest to put more efforts in j2ee as j2ee is very vast.
Bye and take care
 
Balasubramaniam Arumugam
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Originally posted by akshay:
Hi balsa
This is ketan bhatte. How r u.
well I think you should stick to J2EE as .net concepts are very different, i suggest to put more efforts in j2ee as j2ee is very vast.
Bye and take care
 
Balasubramaniam Arumugam
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Hi bhatte,
We are very happy to see your reply. How is your preparation going on. Be in touch with.
This forum helps us lot.
 
D T Rana
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Hi Bhatte,
When r u taking the test?
How's preparation going on?
Still I have to go thru Legacy Connectivity, Load balancing, JMS and Security and to revise once again.
 
k doshi
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hi, ketan and bala
hows u'r prep. when r u giving the exam,
u can contact me on kirandoshi@hotmail.com
where r u reading JMS from.
all the best to all
regards
kiran
 
Balasubramaniam Arumugam
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Thanks Mohanty,
I am going to involve only in architectural designing of .net. implementaion will be done by other team members. I feel that this can be a could experience for me, also i can know the difference between .net and j2ee frameworks . I don't know whether i am right.
 
Balasubramaniam Arumugam
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hi kiran ,
I am reading jms from O'reilly book for jms. For scenario based problems where to implement jms 'Mastering EJB2' chapper 8 is good.
 
Ketan
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hi bala,dharmesh,kiran
Nice to hear from you.
well I have to complete jms and still certain topics.
when r u planning for jcs exam.
all the best.
Hi Kiran where are you.
Mail me on bhatteketan@indiatimes.com
 
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