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Need a career advice to learn Tibco

 
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Hello Ranchers,

I need a career advice , could you please help me.
I have around 9 years of working experience in Java JEE. I have developed and worked on variety of web applications using latest technologies like spring ,hibernate ,struts, web services etc…
However I think these are easily available skill sets and cannot boost the career in terms of momentarily gains that the people having niche skills can get easily.

So I am thinking of learning Tibco which will provide me benefits like more salary , onsite opportunities etc…

Please provide your thoughts and views?

Thanks a lot in advanced
 
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