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Hi All,

As a Java developer with 2 year exp, what should I know to work in the SOA area project ?
Currently I worked in the below areas.
Core Java + Web services -Banking domain application

Kindly suggest me your opinions. This will help me to strength my skills.

Thanks in Advance!
Uday
 
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First pre-requisite to gain SOA knowledge is change in mindset and different thinking.

The book "SOA Principles of Service Design" by thomas erl is good start for beginner.

Follow the book series here: http://www.servicetechbooks.com/

You could also do some certifications on SOA delivered by Arcitura

http://www.soaschool.com/certifications

Good Luck.
 
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Sujeeth Pakala wrote:First pre-requisite to gain SOA knowledge is change in mindset and different thinking.

The book "SOA Principles of Service Design" by thomas erl is good start for beginner.

Follow the book series here: http://www.servicetechbooks.com/

You could also do some certifications on SOA delivered by Arcitura

http://www.soaschool.com/certifications

Good Luck.



Hi Sujeeth,
Thanks for the useful suggestion.

Uday
 
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this can help you



Soa example http://j2eeandroid.blogspot.com/p/j2ee.htm
 
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