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Indranil Sinha
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Hello everyone, I am Indranil SInha. The first thing I want to let you people know is that I have no experience in Java, I studied it in my Bachelors for two semesters but forgotten it somehow. So please take me and my question as novice as you can.

My career path is little hectic. I started my work in IBM India as a SAP ABAP developer. Then for some reason came to Iran and for the sake of life had to take Php to survive. But in 1 year it gave me so good base about web development. But I want to move to Java rather JEE and want to stick to it.

Now my questions.
1. Is it a must to learn JSE or coreJava before starting with Jee? (expecting clarification)
2. What are the fields that JEE serves in real market?(what are the things we can do with JEE)
3. What is the future of JEE?
4. What is the step by step approach to learn JEE without wasting time. (Please guide elaborately)

Thanks a lot in advance.
If any of my questions are too much novice please accept my unawareness.
 
Jeanne Boyarsky
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1) Yes. Java EE is based on Core Java. You have to know the fundamentals well. You don't need to learn everything. For example, you can skip Swing/Java FX.
2) Many things. Web applications and batch processing applications are common.
3) Nobody can predict the future. Seems healthy at the moment.
4) After you re-learn core Java, I recommend getting a book like Core Servlets or the Java EE Tutorial. Java EE is big. Also consider learning Spring and Hibernate as well. They are both used a lot in the industry.

PHP is a fine language. Any reason you don't want to learn it in more depth before switching languages?
 
Indranil Sinha
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Thanks Jeanne for your precise reply. I want to move to Java because of my passion for Java. As I mentioned before I was working in SAP ABAP then for short time I moved to Php because you will find a job with it but it was not a big time goal for me. I wanted to move back either to SAP or get into Java. But decided to move to Java. So precisely Php was never my passion but it gave me quite a good knowledge about web platform.
 
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