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Dear all,
I just cleared my SCJP a couple of days back with 92%. I come from a non programming background. My undergrad is in Maths (hon.) and then i did my MBA and was working for an HRD dept of a big Indian Company in Bombay for 2 1/2 years. I wasn't too happy or excited with what i was doing and decided to take evening classes to make this shift into java.
I am going to start looking for a job in java from this coming week. I've gone thru a quite a few posts here and have come to the conclusion - that having my own URL displaying applets i have created - will be a Plus in supporting my resume.
I would like to have some ideas on what all i can create, some links to similar sites of people who have done the same. I don't know Servlets, EJB yet - but looks like they are very important. Is preparing for the Developer level the next logical step - or should i first concentrate on gaining some work ex in java.
Does anyone in Bombay have any good placement agents in mind?
anything else i ought to know ... please feel free to add
thanks a lot
shilpa !

 
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