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Hello All,
I Know java,jsp,servlets. I want to make my career in java,web technology,but I am little confused because in my company i worked on core java not in any web j2ee technology and after that i got work in oracle. I did SCJP and OCA(Sql). According to me if you switch after 2 yr exp company expects lot from an employeer in j2ee like lot of framework knowledge,web services knowldege, I dont know much in that.What should i learn in j2ee more to get a good job in this technology only? Please give me your suggestions
 
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Do I understand correclty that you have 2 years of working experience in total, in your whole carreer?

If you know all that in two years experience only I think you should be ok. I do not think many two year experience junior programmers should know everything about all the stuff you mention.

Ok you can always read a good book.
 
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More projects are Web based and it is worth learning J2EE. Since you already know Java, it is a matter of working on some tutorials, contributing to any opensource projects using J2EE and/or self-taught projects.
 
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