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Niranjan Deshpande
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How is the market trend for these technologies - osb, bpel, adf?

informative comments would help.
 
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Anyone...?
 
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Well, just passing by, I almost deleted your thread; the subject line looks like gibberish. Then I realized they might be acronyms.

The one I know for sure is "Business Process Execution Language." The others could be "Oracle service bus" and "Oracle application development framework?" Are you asking whether you should study these as a career move?
 
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sorry for using gibberish acronyms!

yes, a career move into either of these.

I am asking "Whether I should move into a prospective offer of work on either of these technologies?. How has been ADF around so far?" etc

expecting advice/guidance/comments on similar lines
 
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Ernest Friedman-Hill wrote:Well, just passing by, I almost deleted your thread; the subject line looks like gibberish. Then I realized they might be acronyms.

Same here I changed the title a bit.
 
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Thanks Christophe !! That will invite more replies..
 
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