Originally posted by Manav Mitra:
I believe "good programming skills are domain independent" but just a bit skeptical about how many employers would agree to this. Here some employers are even specific about the version of Weblogoc you use for J2EE!!!
Originally posted by Michael Yuan:
I think J2ME is probably the *only* Java sector that will grow significantly over the next couple years. J2EE skill is becoming a commodity now, except if you are an architect.
However, your J2EE skill can be of great use in the J2ME space. End-to-end Java applications run J2ME on the front end and J2EE on the backend. If you know how to design the overall architecture to make both sides work seamlessly together, your skill will be even more marketable.
Originally posted by Manish Hatwalne:
J2ME on the front end and J2EE on the backend looks like a cool combination. Maybe, m-commerce???
Can you pls elaborate more?
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