I have more than 3.5 years of exp and all the experience was on Prod Support or minor enhancement projects. So never actually worked from scratch and didnot really work on java except as part of my engineering curriculum (You would obviously know it is nothing really) and learned everything on job.
I only have worked on Core java concepts like exceptional handling, IO, part of other OOPs concepts and on J2EE side Servlets and JSP and literally nothing on EJBs. We used add some code for new methods declaration in Remote class and implementation in actual bean class. That is all related to EJB work I have done..
Now we are supposed to work on Hibernate and Spring as part of a project in different account altogether.
As I look at the tutorials for Springs I feel really difficult to understand the concepts
Could some one suggest the prerequisite to understand spring and hibernate frameworks.
Understanding whole modules of Spring is bit difficult in one stroke. I think prerequisite to learn spring is to understand dependency injection of java first then proceed further. And whole concept of Spring modules is depend on the core concepts of java only.
The only problem is, it doesnt have good material to read.