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Hi all,I need to get hands-on experience in Java,J2EE. I have theoretical knowledge and an SCJP. Am currently preparing for WCD. Where can I find some sample projects so that I can learn how to build a small application to start with ??
 
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Very Effective and almost free way -

Download the final releases of open source tools like Struts / Spring, they come bundled with sample applications.

Configure the development environment on your system ideally using Eclipse, My SQL & Tomcat etc. (All free and open source tools) then import and run the sample applications provided with Struts / Spring etc.

That way you'll not only have some hands on exercise of configuring and running J2EE applications, you can play around and go through the source code of these applications to quickly have hands on experience.
 
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Thanks...but where do I download them from?
Can you provide me any links...
 
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Originally posted by Sumana Ch:
Thanks...but where do I download them from?
Can you provide me any links...



You may Google it...Beleive me it's quite easy..
[ August 07, 2008: Message edited by: Ankur Sharma ]
 
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Also look for e-books---they are easy to find,cost no money and most importantly, you can study from many sources as project development alone from home can tend to be tedious.
For ebooks, try searching intelligentedu.com for e-book blogs

A Sample e-book hosting site

and, Good luck
 
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will try....thanks a lot !!
 
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Originally posted by Sumana Ch:
Thanks...but where do I download them from?
Can you provide me any links...


Here are the essentials downloads -
  • JDK 1.5 Download Update 16
  • Struts Framework 1.3.8 - Download Documentation
  • Spring Framework 2.5.5 - Download Documentation
  • Eclipse IDE Download
  • Tomcat Webserver Download
  • MySQL Database Download (You'll need to register first, registration free)

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