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different types of J2EE jobs

 
Artemesia Lakener
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Heard many people talk about back end java programmer makes more money than front end people do (forgive me if I am wrong). Like many people, I mainly work on "front-end" J2EE stuff like servlet/struts/JSP. If I want to become a higher level of J2EE developer, should I switch to or pick a EJB or web service type job ?
 
Kj Reddy
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All people wont get chance to work with EJB components and other back end components as there will less components compare to Servlets and JSPs. So better to gain knowledge while you are using back end components in your servlets/jsp
 
jim stone
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JMS and message oriented middleware are very hot also due to the emergence of SOA.
 
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