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hi to all,

I have registered with Java Ranch today. First of all i would like to thank all the people who are involved in to this site and also to the developers for their postings.

I have a question, which i want to clear from my mind before i do anything related to Java.

I am a Web/Multimedia Developer working with PHP/MySQL/Flash/Flex/Eclipse for the past 3 yrs. previously i used to teach core and advc. java (1999-2001), then i left Java and jumped into Multimedia.

In the years, out of my own shear interest in the Java Technology, i am in touch with Java and i know atleast in news about the haps in the Java Market upto the latest release of EJB 3.0 and other new things that Sun Micros are into.

I want to come back to Software industry once again, my prob now is

i dont have a working exp in Java.

I want someone to help me out, how to go abt it. What i have decided is to take up the SCJP exam, and then the Web component Developer Exam and get into industry .

Is this will be the right approach for me ?

Thanks in advance
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Sai Welcome to ranch !

Contributions to open sources might be an advantage for you in getting a job.
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