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Hi All,

I have around 4 yrs exp. in java, j2ee, websphere, db2 platforms. What are the career prospects in web services, soa and any value additions for web services certifications from Sun. Any demand in for such skills for employers. Any comments ?


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my experience is that web services jobs are short-term 3-6 months of duration, so they are mostly contract positions
 
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Thomas, I guess ur answer is related to US.
I am not sure, but I am guessing kumar is enquiring abt opportunities in India.

Originally posted by thomas wilson:
my experience is that web services jobs are short-term 3-6 months of duration, so they are mostly contract positions

 
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