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After studied J2ee techniques for quite a time. I realized that I made a mistake by not having set up a career learning path in advance.
Web programming is relatively young, and to my knowledge, there are no well-established standards. It's my best bet to seek the insight from web professionals: if you were a program director, what courses you want to be on the list.
I would like to invite everyone who takes web deverloper as a career to join this discussion. Here is some of courses I thought essential:
Client side: HTML, JavaScript, Flash MX(or Code Fusion),DHTML, (some web page layout)
Server Side: Servlet, JSP, EJB, JNDI, JDBC, XML, web services, Oracle or MySQL/MS SQL
Patterns: J2EE patterns
Framework: Struts
Methodologies: Agile, XP
Security:
Project Management:
Requirement Engineering:
Test:
Tools: Eclipse, Weblogic/WebSphere/JBoss/JBuilder, Ant

Please show us your proprietary version. It would be even nice if you can mark each technique with basic, intermediate, or advanced. Your valuable information will help make this area much disciplined. Thanks in advance.







 
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