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Java jobs to increase in 2008 !

Mark Joe
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Joined: Aug 09, 2006
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A recent Gartner study claimed that the number of J2EE/Java jobs in the enterprise segment could rise as much as 13% more than the normal growth between 2007 and 2009 . This is primarily due to the fact that the big 2 ERP vendors SAP and Oracle will use J2EE for their Applications customization moving from the legacy ABAP (in case of SAP) and Forms/Reports (in case of Oracle).
Oracle strongly believes in J2EE in its next app release in 2008, as it will have no support for the previous Forms/Reports and will be completely based on J2EE. The german SAP also encouraged its customers to move from the legacy ABAP to the recent SAP Netweavers Java app server.
Ulf Dittmer
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