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Danilo Fava
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Hi all,
I am a software developer I have taken the Oracle 803 and I will study for the 804 in a little bit.
I worked with spring, maven, hibernate, jms, etc, but I never created a infrastructure from zero.
I want to create something of simple from frontend to datebase (servlet => ee modules => db).
Just to understand better every layer, because I worked only in context already built.
Can you advise me?Is there some guide to follow?

Sorry for my english, I hope that It is not a bad question.
Thanks in advance!

 
Stephan van Hulst
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I recommend you just find a project to do, and do it.

To learn Spring MVC, I made a web application that let me put appointments in an organizer. It was fairly simple, contained everything from HTML, CSS and JavaScript to prepared SQL statements, with all the EE type stuff in between.
 
Danilo Fava
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Yeah maybe I should find something that I want to do, and just do it.

But with what technologies? spring framework hibernate mysql ?or just pure ee ?
 
Samar Land
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Best way to learn is finding a project to work on.

You could start planing
what is the idea from the web application will manage (school, hospital, race , products... etc)
Then start planning DB, frameworks(spring- hibernate - ... etc)

But defiantly it's the best way(It was my way to learn a lot from my issue I had and still learning from my mistakes

So, Just start and you will find yourself learning and learning.
 
Stephan van Hulst
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Just pick something that sounds good and roll with it. A specific framework shouldn't really affect the general concepts that you learn. The first time I worked with Java EE, I used Jersey for a REST application, and it taught me a lot of new stuff.
 
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