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Which Java technology is currently the hottest in the market? I mean which Java technology are most recruiters aiming at now.
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It can vary demographically but in my opinion and experience

Spring, Hibernate, JSF, Mavan2 and Ajax4jsf.
 
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Spring, FrontMan, Hibernate
 
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Thanks a lot @ arulk & David
 
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Swing!
 
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Applets. The next big thing - trust me.
 
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Applets! Can you elaborate? As a server-side developer, I know nothing about applets.
 
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It's possible I misplaced a smiley in my last post.
 
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Rails.
 
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What about Richfaces, AJAX and RIA?
 
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RIA is not a technology, and Ajax is not a Java technology. Not to say that it isn't hot.
 
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Originally posted by Jim Yingst:
Applets. The next big thing - trust me.


Well, you could be more right that you think. One of the reasons that applets are not so popular at the moment is because it's a hassle to download and install Java. Sun is at work to make the JRE download more lightweight, so that the Java browser plug-in is just as quick and easy to install as the Adobe Flash plug-in. That, and JavaFX Script, might make applets much more popular in the future.
 
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AJAX (but thats more of javascript), Spring, XML
 
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Thanks to all for valuable inputs.
 
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Struts2 , Spring, Hibernate, Quartz, XDoclet, AJAX, SOA, EAI
 
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Originally posted by Billy Tsai:
Struts2 , Spring, Hibernate, Quartz, XDoclet, AJAX, SOA, EAI




I don't think SOA and EAI are Java technologies. Indeed they are enterprise concepts and Java is used to assit those paradigms but, I don't think you can call them Java technologies.
 
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okay,
SOA and EAI practises with popular related products
 
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Originally posted by Gregg Bolinger:
Rails.



Gregg, not going out with Ms. Stripes anymore?
 
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What about EMC Documentum?
 
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Originally posted by Anjali S Sharma:
What about EMC Documentum?



Documentum is having good demand, but its not java technology.
 
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the latest technologies which are red hot are

Adobe Flex,Castor and AJAX

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What about Wicket..?
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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