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i am graduating in october and i am looking to become a java programmer i am trying to find out what other skills i should learn to be more marketable such as J2EE, XML or any other concepts i am studying for the programmer certification and currently hold my A+, Network+, & Linux+ my mission is to just get a good job ASAP any input from ppl in the field would be greatly appreciated
 
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It depends what kind of Java job you are wanting to get into.
If you are looking for your standard Java business application development job, then yes, J2EE and XML are gonna be pretty much required these days.
But is it equally important to make sure that you get some good training or experience with a good DBMS (like Oracle, SQL Server, or Sybase).
 
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