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will J2ME be enhanced to support J2EE?

 
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i m confused to choose my career options
i think i have to go with J2EE but im surprised if Mobile applications will support J2EE standards in the future// i mean the Hardware and stuff..

since laptops future might be like the current day desktops and Mobile would be more a valid point that people want to carry Technology in pocket.

im thinking if there is any development that makes changes that Mobile can support J2EE//?? if so please let me know..
if it starts supporting will it be J2EE or J2ME ??

what do you guys vote for J2EE or J2ME??
 
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In my opinion, J2ME is complete dead end.

As to JEE being rolled into J2ME? Seriously doubt it. I mean why? JEE is mostly server-focused technologies. Mobile is the client.
 
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