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Hi friends, I am Anurag i have completed my MCA this year and want to start my career with java technology. I have done CORE java as well as advance java. but i don't have any exposer in J2ee. friends please suggest me that how i could start my career with J2EE.
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Hi Anurag..
Actually Servlets, JSP, EJB are part of J2EE.. u can start learning those.. and i didn't understand what u meant by


how i could start my career with J2EE.


what kind of advice you want.. do u want to know book names or which technologies u shud go for or something like it... plz be more specific so we might be able to help in more efficient manner
Thanks
Amit
 
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Moving this to Job Discussions.
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I'm closing this thread since the original poster accidentally replied here.
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