This week's book giveaway is in the Server-Side JavaScript and NodeJS forum.
We're giving away four copies of Node.js Design Patterns: Design and implement production-grade Node.js applications using proven patterns and techniques and have Mario Casciaro & Luciano Mammino on-line!
See this thread for details.
Win a copy of Node.js Design Patterns: Design and implement production-grade Node.js applications using proven patterns and techniques this week in the Server-Side JavaScript and NodeJS forum!
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I have experience in Server Side Java & Related J2EE of two years .But,for the last six years I am into teaching related job & I want to switch back to Java Technology.
For this I have decided to get the three Sun Certification namely,Programmer,Developer & Architect in sucession.
How fruitful will be my decision ?
I want a unbiased opinion from all of you who can suggest me in this regard.

Your early comments will help me a lot in making my future moves.

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Rajesh Singh
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hi! well, if you want to stay on .net technology, you should think about the future. i don't know how accurate the information here is, but have a look at the progress of programming languages over the years: http://www.tiobe.com/tpci.htm
 
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My advise would be to get involved with some projects to get more hands on experience. Also learn the popular recent Java/J2EE based Technologies/frameworks like Spring, Hibernate, EJB3, JSF etc.
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