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which is better j2ee or j2me

 
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hi

i have two offers from midsize companies
firstly for j2ee offering 1.2lac
second for j2me offering 2.1 lac
i am fresher and have done scjp ,preparing for scwcd.
what should i choose , whether work in j2ee or j2me
please tell which technology among them has better scope
thanks
 
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Hi rakesh !

i have two offers from midsize companies
firstly for j2ee offering 1.2lac
second for j2me offering 2.1 lac
i am fresher and have done scjp ,preparing for scwcd.
what should i choose , whether work in j2ee or j2me
please tell which technology among them has better scope
thanks


You MUST choose J2EE without any doubt, for J2EE is really common (application servers) while J2ME is still a niche market (embedded Java inside cell phones). What is more J2ME is quite easy to learn because it is mainly a small print subset of standard Java (J2SE) while J2EE is a big set above with many features to master.
It is quite possible that J2ME developps well afterwards, but right now there are plenty jobs available for J2EE staff but very few for J2ME staff, so choice is clear : J2EE.

Best regards.
 
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Go for J2EE. I was once a J2ME Developer but I think my java career would not be complete if I have not taken the J2EE path. There's so much to learn in J2EE and lots of opportunities than J2ME.
 
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If you are creative then go for J2ME. Most of the J2EE projects are boring enterprise application.

Just my personal feelings.
 
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