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Hello friends,

I am new to this section.
I have cleared SCJP 6.0 last month.I am interested in Mobile communication.
What is the scope of J2ME?
Does it have a bright future?
Please guide.

Thanks
 
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Originally posted by Poornima Sharma:
Hello friends,

I am new to this section.
I have cleared SCJP 6.0 last month.I am interested in Mobile communication.
What is the scope of J2ME?
Does it have a bright future?
Please guide.

Thanks



Hi Poornima,
If you are doing weel in any technology and you like to work then, all technologies has bright future. If I talk about J2ME then obviously it has bright future. As you most of the mobile today available in market, supports J2ME. Plus Google has developed OS called 'android'. That is also combination of both J2ME and Linux. So If google is doing something then the future is bright 100%.
 
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hi Poornima

you have cleared SCJP6.0.can you guide me how to pass SCJP6.0
(Like any book,Tutorial or web site name)
thanks for reply in advance
 
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