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1000 years to learn all these technologies

 
Tom Triolo
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I am a certified Java 2 programmer and am looking to become more proficient at Java and related technologies, so I may do something useful. However, all these different technologies, i.e. JAXP, JAXB, JAXRPC, JAXR and JAXM SOAP, WSDL, UDDI, HTML, XML, JAVASCRIPT! Obviously, this is just the short list. It would take 1000 years to learn all these. Does one have to learn all these?
 
Ramesh Nagappan
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Originally posted by Tom Triolo:
I am a certified Java 2 programmer and am looking to become more proficient at Java and related technologies, so I may do something useful. However, all these different technologies, i.e. JAXP, JAXB, JAXRPC, JAXR and JAXM SOAP, WSDL, UDDI, HTML, XML, JAVASCRIPT! Obviously, this is just the short list. It would take 1000 years to learn all these. Does one have to learn all these?


Nope, in case of lazy learning, you may think of using IDE which embraces those APIs and walkthrough the steps....Think about downloading SunONE Studio 4.0 Update 1, which allows to develop and deploy web services. The community edition is FREE.
http://wwws.sun.com/software/sundev/jde/buy/index.html
 
Tom Triolo
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Hi Rameesh,
I did play around with Sun One a little, and found that I liked having more control than the automatic code that was put in there. I will probably come to appreciate it more, as my code writing skills progress. If its a matter of 'lazy learning,' then it sounds like I should perhaps learn these. Because 'lazy learning' implies to me that I would be skirting the issues.
 
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