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Hi All,

  I have total of 11 years experience. In that, majority of time worked on Core Java for embedded devices with highest care to clean, optimal, and robust code.
For very less time worked on J2EE.

Now, when I want to switch job, majority of Java jobs require Java + Spring + Hibernate + REST + DB + etc .

I currently relatively have less experience  in last four of technologies.

Now I am in dilemma on how to steer my career forward.
I know that, we can do private project but any concrete suggestions to get expert level of knowledge in above technologies.

I am pretty much confident in learning and understanding of any technology or language.

During the course of my career I  have learnt any technology/language which project demanded. Eg., C, Android, JavaScript, C# etc.

Also, many ask about scalability, high availability, and secure system design methods.

Kindly guide me to steer my career to next level.

Regards.

 
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Assuming you are from India, I see a lot of news related to mass layoffs these days. My suggestion would be to hold on for a while till the situation stabilizes. You could use the time to do certifications.
 
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Omkar,
If you know Core Java well, you'll pick up the others quickly. I recommend making a website that uses Spring MVC. It can be as simple as the "PetStore" app to show you can create REST APIs to expose your database operations. You don't to be at expert level to get hired. Medium level is fine too.
 
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Thank you Salvin and Jeanne for your suggestions.

  Surely will consider these in this transition period.

Regards.


 
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