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Making a Java Web Project to get experience and job

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I need to confess a thing. I am a little late to java technologies and I am learning by myself doing simple project for myself. I am listing most used languages and technologies currently used:

Java, Javascript, CSS3, HTML5, SQL, jQuery, SOAP/REST, Angular, Bootstrap, PL/SQL, Spring MVC, Hibernate, Tomcat

I don't have a professional experience in the above. I created my site using HTML5, CSS3, javascript and jQuery. But this isn't a professional experience. To gain this. I would like to know what I have to do. And how you gain experience when you doesn't have in market?
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Common ways to gain experience are develop your own website, volunteer or contribute to open source. I recommend putting everything you write on github so you build up a portfolio over time.
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