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SCWCD or learning new Frameworks

 
Hasim ali
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hi all,

i m knowing java,jsp,servlets

can anybody tell me which one is better,

giving the exam for scwcd or learning new frameworks,
that lead to better knowledge in j2ee and related domains???
???
 
Christophe Verré
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Both ! SCWCD is pretty useful I think.
 
ravishankar dube
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hi
i also want to know this
 
Phil Kurian
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I agree with Santou

Whilst most companies will use a framework of some sorts, it is invaluable to learn the underlying mechanisms which drive these frameworks - namely servlets, jsp, javabeans and design patterns.

Frameworks are primarily there to take the tedious work out of creating web apps, and to enforce them into a reputable design pattern e.g. MVC.

It's good to know how to use them - and it's good to also know how to use data mappers (e.g. hibernate, ibatis etc). but you'll find your skill in using them and ability troubleshooting bugs will increase massively if you understand the stuff in the SCWCD.

Not to mention, frameworks always seem to cycle though the flavour of the month syndrome - one month the hot technology is struts, then it's JSF, then it's tapestry, then it's back to JSF ....... At the end of the day, they're still all based on J2EE and the stuff in the SCWCD.
 
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