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Need help on EJB 3.0 and Struts 2.0

 
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Hi Ranchers,
I wanted to know that is it good to go for struts 2.0 and EJB 3.0 ?
As I am a Engineering graduate 2011 passout will it help to get me a job.
 
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Hi Swapnil,

As you are fresher concentrate more on Core Java and basics of OOPs.. Many of the Software Corporations will see the basic knowledge of the language,
after they will train you regarding their requirement.
 
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Thank you Raj.
But I think my core java concepts are pretty good and I am also preparing for OCJP.
 
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I don't know how popular Struts 2 is. Struts 1 had a lot of use. For new apps, JSF and Spring MVC are more popular.
 
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I would suggest you learn JSF, Spring, Hibernate, EJB3, etc and integration technologies like JMS, RESTFul Webservice, and SOAP based Web Services. You can do some research in your local domain by


1. Checking the online advertisements as to what the prospective employers are looking for
2. try http://www.google.com/trends to get the trends in your area.
 
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Thank you arulk

 
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