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After basic knowledge of core java, which module of java should i pick for expertise.

 
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Hi all,

I have basic knowledge of core java and SCJP certification also and need to know whether now onward i should go for web services/ Hibernate/ struts/ or any other field of java...
I am little confused. please post your valuable suggestion. any other options are also welcome.

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Gaurav
 
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After core Java, you move on to Enterprise Java (aka JEE). This includes JSPs, Servlets, JDBC, JNDI, JMS, etc. Then you learn frameworks like Spring, Struts, JSF, Hibernate, etc.
 
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You can further enhance your java skills by reading design patterns, advanced java concepts book such as Effective Java and Java Concurrency in Practice.
 
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Thanks guys,
Advance Java seems to be a good option, definitely design pattern is also good.

how to start with J2ee... some Do's and Don't. recommended books.
well i prefer learning through case study somewhat project based programming.

please some some book.
 
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You can find a number of good online tutorials. You firstly need an application server. So, download either JBoss or Tomcat, and look for relevant tutorials.
 
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Thanks for your valuable arulk pillai
but will you please name some book for practice as well as theory, and i will definitely keep referring to online tutorials time to time for insight details of some specific topics.

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Head First Servlets and JSP, is a wonderful book, for anyone to learn the basics of servlets and JSP's. Also, you can post your questions/doubts here, people here, are glad to help you out.
 
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