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Question about learning Java EE technologies  RSS feed

 
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Hi everybody!

I would like to know which Java EE technology is the easiest one to learn, or the first one to learn for someone who is learning Java?



Thanks in advance!
 
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Welcome to the Ranch

I would suggest you need to learn basic Java® first before you go anywhere near EE tools.
 
Vinicius Yosiura
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Thanks for the welcome!

Using the oracle certification study guides, OCJA and OCJP is a good choice?

 
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