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vishwa raj
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Hi Ranchers,

I am having 2 years of experice I am in to J2EE domain. but most of my work was on PL/SQL however I have around 8 months of working experince in JSP,SERVLETS and STRUTS and 1.4 SCJP too. But for some reason I am not confident to put JSP,SERVLETS and STRUTS in my resume but I have know basics of it shell i put JSP,SERVLETS and STRUTS in my resume for searchingjob. currently my package is 2.0Lpa how much can i expect.
with this knowledge and experince.

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vishwa
[ September 03, 2007: Message edited by: vishwa raj ]
 
Mark Herschberg
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Please use a meaningful subject line that expresses your specific issue, for reasons explained here. You can edit the subject by editing the first posting in your thread.

We have lots of other useful tips for asking questions on JavaRanch as well.

--Mark
 
vishwa raj
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Hi,

I have updated the Subject line of Post.

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vishwa
 
vishwa raj
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Hi All,

Please Can any body throw some light on this.

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vishwa
 
Nitin Nigam
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Hi Vishwa,
I would suggest you to go through some online tutorial on JSP and servlets. Although nothing can makeup for the hands on experience.
There are 2 very good books i would recommend to get the basics of servlets and jsp.

1) Core servlets and Java Server Pages by Marty Hall
2) Head First JSP and Servlets by Kathy Siera

You can refer either of them. Be patient, spend some time reading it. It will cement your basics very well.

As you have cleared SCJP, if you go for SCWCD, it will help you further.

All the best.
 
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Look at tutorials and Java/J2EE interview questions and ansers at http://www.lulu.com/java-success. Also google for "Java Interview Questions Ansers" to brush up your Java/J2EE fundamentals.
 
Pascal Got
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as well as the technical.. think about your current job.
I like to ask people I see to "criticize/comment" on the stuff they work on and I ask them: "if you were in charge, what would you have done differently ? planning and technology wise ?" ...

so I find out if the person is just a monkey in front of a keyboard doing what he is being told or if there is more to him/her.
 
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