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This book has recieved bad reviews on serverside.com. A PDF copy is freely available on the web. I read some pages from this book and it clearly lives up to its reputation. There is no one book available in the market that can be called an Architect book for J2EE Developers. I have been looking for such book so if you have any recommendations do let me know.

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Ravi
Hi Bikash

I agree with what Srikanth has to say. At times we are inclined to take up additional tasks with the intention that it gets recognized by the management. However once you take up the tasks it is considered by the management that you will fulfill the task along with the deadline that you have on your other tasks. So my advise is take up the new tasks only if you have completed your existing tasks. The industry only values specialization. The management will not give you additional time thinking that you have a learning curve to go through. If a designer has left the team then it is the headache of the management team to find a new resource.

I have myself experienced at times that we tried to take up additional tasks with the intention of impressing the management. If the task get completed then it is ok but if the project misses the deadline then you will be one of the scape goats to be blamed for project delays.

Web designing is a specialized skill and a different area so don't try to dilute your focus on your main skill by trying to learn a new skill that doesn't complement your main skill.

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-- Ravi
11 years ago
Another certification that can be added to the list is:

IBM Certified Specialist for Rational Unified Process
Hi Vinod

You can depict the patterns that you have used in the UML diagrams. You can mention the design patterns that you have used in your assumptions document.

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Ravi
Congratulations Femi!

Could you please offer your review comments on RMH book?

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Ravi
[ May 29, 2007: Message edited by: ravindra janapareddy ]
Hi

You can go through Mark Cade's book to prepare for Part II and III.

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Ravi
Congratulations Yogaraj!

What do you plan to do next?
[ May 23, 2007: Message edited by: ravindra janapareddy ]
Thanks Guys!

I don't have the option to move to SAP today. I have to create the opportunity for myself. I have to undego training and get certification and apply for a job change within my organization. The HR in my organization consider people for a particular position based on experience. It is not going to be a cake walk. I need to prove myself all over again if I get the job.

The other option is to keep trying for a manager or architect position within my organization. Such positions are few and one has to stand out in the crowd of Java programmers who are more or less equally experienced.

-- Ravi
11 years ago
Which book can be considered as a must for J2EE Architects?

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Ravi
Hi

You can add JSP, Servlets, JavaBeans, EJBS in your class diagram. Make it as elaborate as possible.

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-- Ravi
That is true most of the DBA do nothing more than write a few SQL statements. Their job is so much in demand just because they have one thing on hand that no one else has and that is INFORMATION.
11 years ago
Hi

I got my result in less than 4 weeks. I took part III on April 13th 07 and when I checked the certification database on May 8th 07, it showed that I had passed part II.

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-- Ravi