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need some serious advice on career

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i want to know the way to gather experience on application developing on a real platform. I am a plain graduate with a diploma in computers, and then i have done Java-J2EE with EJB.
And now i want to pursue a career as J2EE application developer. I don't have any further experience in Java-J2EE field except that I teach Java in school level (which is of no use that i know).
Now am i day dreaming?? is my not having a BTech pose an issue?? does being an SCJP help me??
In most job portals, the companies need experienced/BE/BTech freshers.
Is it impossible for me to become a J2EE application developer??
Please some one tell me how should i proceed and prepare myself to fufill my dream, I really really love to work in this arena. And i honestly want to work, literally.
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Having a degress in some IT related field should be fine. The first step is to find an entry level job or internship or volunteer project. Something to get you started and gain some experience.
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