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JiaPei Jen
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Is there any J2EE (or EJB) training opportunities outside the work place? I understand that most of people are trained by doing real world projects at work. I would like to know if there are training centers or schools that offer training in J2EE. I live in Northern Virginia, US. Thanks.
 
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Do you mean something like a 1-week class, or a University course? Lots of companies (like IBM, BEA and The Middleware Company, one of our sponsors) teach J2EE classes. Check their web sites for details.
Only a few Universities that I know of actually teach J2EE as part of their cirricula. I teach such a class here at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, but it's not that common.
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JiaPei Jen
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Thanks, Kyle. What I mean "J2EE training outside work place" is something that prepares and helps one ready to take up real world projects and start producing for employers. I am seeking output oriented training courses that emphasize problem solving and hands on practice. I am unable to commute to NC to take your course. Do you know anything in Northern Virginia (Washington, D.C. metropolitan area)?
 
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The Middleware Company offers training in several cities across the US including New York City. I took their 5-day course on EJBs there in July. It's a bit fast-paced and covers a lot of ground in a short timespan. Of course, you won't get a whole lot of practical experience but at least you'll get some hands-on knowledge and you will come out with a good idea of what kind of work is involved when using/writing EJBs.


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