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Hi ,
I am having 2.5 years of experience in Core Java.
I have not learned J2EE yet. I know JSP and Servlets a bit,but no working experience in that.
Do you think there are opportunities for person with Core Java only (In pune, bangalore).
As I have seen there are lot of opportunities in web services etc. But have not seen that much opportunities for Core Java expert.
So should I learn J2EE or should look for Core Java job only??
How much scope for Core Java??
[ March 17, 2008: Message edited by: Sameer Ahuja ]
 
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Hi Sameer,

there are enough opportunities for Core Java. However the hiring company will look for candidates with multiple skill sets. I suggest you to update your skills. The market is very competitive. If you have varied skills it adds to your marketability.

All the best

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Ayub
 
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Hi,

Core java is in demand. Most of the product development companies prefer core java experts. If you have a knowledge of j2ee, it would be an added advantage and help you get a job quickly.

sat
 
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