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prashant modak
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Please someone suggest me the Java Book for Advanced part like Hibernate, struts, spring, JSP...........for beginners...
 
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Hi prashant,

Please post this topic in respective forum(s) (at least this is not related to SCJP).

Secondly, please be specific as in what exactly do you want to learn. Books for beginners are available for almost all topics (Hibernate, struts etc.)

I hope this helps.
 
Joseph Arnold
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For struts, I suggest you read 'struts for dummies' or 'struts survival guide'.
 
Brian Burress
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Isn't it an oxymoron to ask for an 'Advanced' book for 'Beginniners'?

Seriously though, as implied by the other post what do you want to learn? Your best starting point is to google the topic and look for things like the Hibernate Home page as a starting point and if the getting started/how to types of documentation does not have what you need then maybe ask for other suggestions.
 
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@ Brian... do not throw rocks at him ... atleast he is willing to learn
 
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@ prashant ... try developing small dummy applications ... read some code from the internet ... beware do not just copy paste otherwise you won't learn anything
 
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Lalit Mehra wrote:@ Brian... do not throw rocks at him ... atleast he is willing to learn


I thought the smiley face made it obvious that he was joking. Plus, he's right. It is an oxymoron.
 
Lalit Mehra
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chill
 
Joseph Arnold
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Well, by saying 'advanced' part, he is only referring to advanced Java i.e J2EE,JSP,Servlets all come under advanced Java right? Having done with core Java, he wants to go into advanced Java or J2EE. I suggest Prashant to try build simple web applications using Servlets and Jsp before delving into framweworks.
 
prashant modak
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Thank You all for your valuable suggestions.............
 
prashant modak
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Hi guys, thanks for your valuable suggestions including that ..... Oxymoron
I studied a lot of advanced frameworks in java like Hibernate, Struts (1.x and 2.x), WebServices, JSF etc.
and currently working in a project for GE (got my task in webservices(soap and rest api)).

Thanks anyway.
 
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