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Need career advice [technologies good for specialization]

 
AbhiRam Kalyan
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Hi all,
I have around 4 years of exp in java related technologies. Now i would like to have some kind of specialization in this field(acquiring some niche skills) .

Can you guys guide me in which way should i go (what technologies will be good for specialization)

Thanks in advance


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Victor Ramen
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Emerging enterprise technologies. The quickest way to know which techlogies is to do this:

open up a job site.
search for java jobs ..for exp level a couple of yrs more than what you have.
optionally, mention a salary range that you wish to earn after a couple of yrs.
see what technologies the job is asking for.
 
AbhiRam Kalyan
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how it will if we go with tibco or sap xi/pi
 
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prashant khandagale,

Your post was moved to a new topic as it doesn't seem related to this topic.

Henry
 
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-- Integration technolgies are very popular. You can learn a message oriented middleware like MQSeries, web Methods, Oracle Service Bus, or Tibco.

-- You can become a specialist in Websphere or Weblogic (I think now called Oracle) application servers.

-- JavaScript is very widely used now a days. You can learn Java Script along with a framework like JQuery or EXT JS.

-- Do your research by chcking out the local advertisements to see what your prospective employers looking for, for example JSF, Spring, EJB3, Hibernate, etc. You can also check the trends at

http://www.google.com/trends?q=JSF



-- Learn a new scripting language that is gathering momemntum like Groovy, Python, Clojure, etc. Check --> http://www.tiobe.com/index.php/content/paperinfo/tpci/index.html

 
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