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Bob Ruth
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I hope that this is an appropriate place for this question.

While I have been studying Java for about 10 months now, and am getting to know it rather well, I am aware that there seems to not be much work revolving around JUST a JAVA programmer. It would seem that one needs to know enterprise level stuff: Beans, Hibernate, Spring, JBoss, just a whole host of other facilities.

MY question is this: if you have a good grounding in core Java, where do you start to head in an Enterprise direction? How do you learn the basics of beans? How you program with beans? I know the definition of persistence....but what does it do for me in a real world application??? How do I learn about Hibernate? How do I learn about Spring?

Simply put....where is the right place to start to get headed this direction?
 
Yatas Hsakarp
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Well. That�s really good you have so much plans. There could be many possible way to achieve the goal. But I was you I started with web based and distributed applications. So I would have picked up a web server preferably Tomcat and started with Servlet and JSP program.

Secondly I suggest you to learn RMI if you have not learned it yet.

All the best.
 
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