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Need advice on J2EE in general

Yan Hu
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Hello there:
I am a MS student in CS who is graduating very soon. I have always wanted to find a programming job with the server side. My school does not really teach anything relating to J2EE. All the stuff they teach here is low level system stuff which I think builds a solid CS foundation for me. However, it lacks when it comes to finding a J2EE job. .

I have no real job experience. But I am strong in OO and design patterns. Recently I have been learning J2EE myself. I don't really know if I am heading in the right direction to landing a J2EE job. I would like to hear some advices from you experienced Java people out there. I will be all ears.

The approach I take is:
I believe it is the backbone of any programming languages. I practice it on Topcoder.
J2EE things:
Web components: JSPs and Java Servlets
Frameworks: currently learning struts. Interested in Spring
Persistent layers: Hibernate
Tools: Ant, JUnit
J2EE patterns

Please feel free to point out what I have done wrong. Any insight is greatly appreciated.
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