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J2ME guidance needed

 
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Hello,
I am java developer by profession and have been working on Java J2EE for over 5 yrs now. I am interested in looking into java mobile.
I have no idea where to start. I need some guidance how I can start learning J2ME.. What's current in the market.. I am also open to take J2ME certification if that's going to help. I am sun certified programmer( SCJP 1.4). Please guide.

Thank you
Sunitha
 
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JME (it ceased to be called J2ME long ago) is dead IMO. If you want to develop for mobile with something akin to Java, check out Android.
 
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