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Hi,

I have 3+ years of experience in Hibernate and Spring.
To improve my skills i have two options in mind
1. TIBCO EAI
2. J2EE

which one is right choice for me ?
Would tibco be a right choice for me or am i making a mistake ?

Thanks & Regards,
Narsimlu.
 
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JEE is a much more general endeavor.
 
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Technology is moving so fast that -unless your job requires knowledge of a particular product in the short term- I would consider it a mistake to invest time in learning one, especially in a niche product.
 
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I have been working in Tibco.J2EE has obviously advantages over Tibco in terms of technologies used.Tibco has many products:BW/iProcess/EMS etcwhich are currently 'hot' in market.People with good experience in above technologies are demanding 100000$/year in US.My opinion is don't be specialized only in Tibco but also in other J2EE skills.Many EAI projects involve Tibco and j2EE technologies like jsp/jms/core java/jmx etc.
 
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