What else technically that you need to know in Spring apart from the DI principle (apart from Spring specific API's)? If one can understand this principle, then learning Spring / EJB 3 should be a breeze.
If you claim that you work on EJB (I assume EJB 3.0 here), then I would expect you to know the alternative equivalent which is Spring.
Jothi Shankar Kumar wrote:Spring / Hibernate is not something specific these days. They are like the common skills that a person with 6 years of experience should have if that person is working on the JEE platform. Atl east I would say this.
Pushkar Choudhary wrote:Is there a question in this? Because, in the absence of that, this post looks more like an advertisement than a question or a discussion.