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sona gold
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Joined: Feb 14, 2001
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i have passed my scjp last month
i would appreciate if someone could tell me if it would be right for me to go straight into j2ee or ejb
should i first go thru RMI, CORBA , java beans or can i go straight into j2ee or ejb.


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Suresh Ramu
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Joined: Jul 11, 2001
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If you are thinking of writing EJBs, go straight into ejbs or j2ee. You can, on the side readup on RMI,CORBA, etc. This is more of a handson concept learning.
In any case, this my opinion. Do as is the learning curve comfortable for you.
Good luck....
 
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