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Hi friends

I need help form you people.
I need sample project to do hands on java jsp . Actually i have more than three years of experience in software industry.
But i am not getting chance to work on java technologies . But i am not getting chance to work on it . So i decided to change my job.
I request you to please guide me i have good knowledge of core java and jsp too alsp prepairing for SCJP

Thanks and regards
Mahesh
 
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The JEE tutorial comes with sample code, as do most application servers. I would recommend downloading Glassfish or JBoss and looking at the examples they come with.
 
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Thanks paul for your reply.
I have already done setup of apache tomcat 6. on my machine .
I just want to have hands on practice on enterprise application so that i can clear my doubts while doing R&D on it .
If possible please send me links from where i can get projects.

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Mahesh
 
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I understood your determination .
To get Projects what do you do is , go to web sites like

1. http://www.rent-acoder.com
2. http://www.freelancer.com/

Browse through these sites , find a Java j2EE category , under that see all the Projects which are involved in the process of bidding and do them .

Try to do the project and improve your knowledge , even if your bid is not accepted .

Thanks .



 
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Welcome to CodeRanch, Mahesh kara

Note that Tomcat is not a fully compliant JEE server, rather it's a web container. You may download either JBoss or GlassFish as Paul suggested.

...If possible please send me links from where i can get projects.


Those servers contain the sample code on how to use different JEE technologies.
 
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Thanks Vijitha,
Will do that ...

Thanks and Regards
Mahesh
 
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Hello Mahesh kara, welcome to CodeRanch.

First off all, you have a good OO pattern concepts? How good you know java?

If you want to learn java there is a good book named Head First Java. And another one to teach about the web Head First Servlets & JSP.

Both books are very good to start with java.

If you want to get the certification, you can read the kate sierra book. It is a wonderful book.

c ya
 
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Hebert Coelho wrote:..., you can read the kate sierra book...


It's Kathy Sierra
 
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Vijitha Kumara wrote:

Hebert Coelho wrote:..., you can read the kate sierra book...


It's Kathy Sierra


She is ...
 
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Vijitha Kumara wrote:

Hebert Coelho wrote:..., you can read the kate sierra book...


It's Kathy Sierra

ops
 
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John Todd wrote:She is ...


My bad, thanks John
 
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