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How popular is Websphere Process Server in this world?  RSS feed

 
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Hi!

I am a green(<2 yrs exp)Java programmer and get a new job recently working on Websphere Process Server only! Now I am thinking about changing a job because I dont have any basic J2EE skill (ex EJB, Hibernate or Spring). I know it is good to learn new stuff. But, I worry if I keep working on this project (~2 years), I wont be experienced on some frameworks but WPS and it will be hard to find a next job. Should I invest my time by working on this project? Are companies really using WPS so that my experience is valuable to them?

Could you guys give me some advices? Thanks!
 
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Dear admin,

can you move this topic to job discussion?

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lets just say that WebSphere Application server is more popular than WebSphere Process Server, WPS is IBM's SOA platform product and its about EAI/middleware in an SOA environment so you would also need to learn about ESB and JBI that kinds of stuffs and the things WPS are very different from Struts, Spring and Hibernate.
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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