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hamlin stephen
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hi,
I am a computer science student. i am thinking to do my project in j2ee.suggest some projects in j2ee so that i can choose from it.project duration is six months. team size is single.also give some advices to do this, reference books.I have only some theoretical knowledge on j2ee.
thanks in advnc.
 
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My first suggestion is that you use the word "please" occasionally when asking someone to do something for you.

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[ December 16, 2003: Message edited by: feroz muhamed ]
 
hamlin stephen
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sir ,
please give me the second suggestion
 
Sanju
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Hi,
You plan to develop project using J2ee.you need to use JSP/Servlets every thing mean first you can do one small project in Jsp/Servlets and read some stuff abt frame work also.all EJB projects mostly developed using MVC frame work. once you got the normal level experiance you can get the good exp and can do very easily.
c u.
Reddy.
 
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Thank you. If you are just starting out, I'd recommend starting with the book "Core Servlets and JSP" by Marty Hall. It's my favorite beginner book on the subject. You can find more information, resources, and tutorials at Marty's web page. Another thing I would suggest is joining the Cattle drive here on JavaRanch! There are exercises that can lead you through learning Servlet and JSP programming led by our own, very competent volunteer staff. I would recommend downloading a copy of Apache Tomcat to get started on.
Only after you've felt you've mastered Servlets and JSP would I move on to trying to pick up EJB. There, I'd recommend Richard Monson-Haefel's book "Enterprise JavaBeans, 3rd Edition". I'd also recommend downloading a copy of JBoss to try out the exercises on.
Now as to projects -- really you've got to choose something that motivates yourself. What are your interests? Build something related to that. For instance, if you're a music lover, consider building a site that allows people to vote for a "weekly top 10" list, and that stores archived versions of the top-10 song lists for some period of time. If you're a car fanatic, consider a site that does something related to that.
Hope this helps.
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thanks a lot for the help.
 
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