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Gourav Sharma
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Joined: Apr 05, 2007
Posts: 11
Hi everybody.

I'm in Java development from past 4 months.Initially i worked in swing & now working on the web technologies.I have been using Javascript to a good extent, JSP & Servlets to a minimal amount as i'm on the learning phase.I'll have to start with AJAX also very soon along with good deal of JSP & Servlets too.

I just wanted to know that how should I move ahead or what things should i learn to be a better "JAVA DEVELOPER".I've also started preparing for SCJP 1.5 exam & also looking forward for the developer & Enterprise Architect exam as well, as soon as I find myself ready.

If my question in this forum is found to be wrongly adjusted then pardon me.I thought it to be a better place to ask as the persons moderating & are a part of this forum are well established in this arena.

Can anybody suggest me something.

Really looking for a reply.

Thanks a lot.


Gourav
Roger F. Gay
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Joined: Feb 16, 2007
Posts: 376
I'm not one of the moderators, but I am also interested in learning materials: There was an event on the book Ajax in Practice in this thread that ended about a week ago. You can search for the name and find comments in this forum. Also; if you look around a bit more here at Moose Saloon, there are comments in the certification forums about how people prepared ... from early learning to the point they could pass their exams and there are also forums on books ...


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Gourav Sharma
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Joined: Apr 05, 2007
Posts: 11
Thanks Roger for your reply.

But I feel you got my question wrong.Actually I wanted to know which way to proceed & which things to learn to be a better developer.

Still looking for some reply.

Thanks a lot everybody.
 
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