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when the learning curve ends

 
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Hi all,
I am currently learn java servlet and jsp. Understand these. But i feel dat this process is endless. Also doing JSTL.

So, can anyone say to me when i should think, i know jsp and servlet and JSTL?

Please help. Because i am so much confused on this matter.

have a nice day.

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Yes the process is endless - the community will generate new standards, toolkits and acronyms faster than you can absorb them all.

Don't worry about it, we are all in the same boat. Try to develop the ability to get a quick over-view of an area, grab what you need for a given project and ignore the rest.

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Yeh true! Foundation is the most important thing. Once you have a strong foundation you can build the rest so quickly.

grab what you need for a given project and ignore the rest.



100% agreed. I have done this in practice. Few real life projects will surely make you learn everything you really need.

Regards and good luck!
 
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Mohammad Ashrafuddin Ferdousi wrote:So, can anyone say to me when i should think, i know jsp and servlet and JSTL?


When you can do everything you need and want to?
 
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