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hi ranchers,
I want to discuss which comp to choose product based or project based.I have 1.5 yrs of work ex in product in java.and it was not good.fixing bugs & long waiting phases & less tech exposure with respect to j2ee(its personal may be good to u).Also no interaction with client & no onsite.so what u think project give more exposure then product in j2ee tech?can u also put some points & ur exp that help to decide which to choose?
 
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What are your expectations from the company whether it is Product based or Project based?
 
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