I'm getting my B.S. in Computer Science, graduating next year, and had a few questions. I've taken tons of classes in Java, since all of them use it basically, ranging from the basic stuff to data structures. I wouldn't call myself and expert, but I fairly good with Java. Here's where I get to my question. I've been looking at job positions, and that call for Java experience and usually say something about J2EE, JSP, or a bunch of other acronyms. All I've ever had to use for school is J2SE, and for along time I was just using Notepad, but for the past year or so I've been using the wonder that is Eclipse
. Basically, my question is this, where should I go next? All those acronmys I mentioned earlier, which are the most important to know when looking for a job? Is just knowing how to do programming in Java good enough? I'd like this to be a Java topic, not learn C++ or something, cause I already have experience with C/C++, PHP, VB, and more. Thanks in advance, and I hope this was the right board to post this in.
[ October 09, 2004: Message edited by: Billy Boob ]