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growth prospect in filenet

 
Adrian Perry
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Hi

I am from java, jsp, servlets, oracle, plsql background. My profile was that of a team leader handling a team of 4-5 people depending on the size of the proeject.

I was mostly into web-based solutions. My job required me to be in each phase of SDLC cycle, right from requirement gathering to deploying the application till support of the software. I used to code in jsp and pl/sql.

In my new company, I work on Filenet a framework for developing content management and business process management.

I would like to know the long term career prospects and growth in filenet. Input from anybody, who knows anything in filenet, will be greatly appreciated.

Thanks
Adrian
 
Adrian Perry
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Hello fellow rangers

This is very important for me... Any kind of input on the above query will be helpful for me.

A point that I missed before. I have more than 5.5 years of work exp and 3 years in IT. Since I am not familiar with the technology, I have to start from ground zero and not from my previous position.

Do respond. I am waiting.
Thanks in advance

Regards,
Adrian Perry.
 
Kj Reddy
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In my opinion Java, J2EE will be better when compare to tools. The FileNet tool is having quite good demand but growth wise Java, J2EE should be better.
 
arulk pillai
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As Mr.Reddy suggested no harm in learning special tools but try not to stay too long with specialiazed tools.
[ May 20, 2008: Message edited by: arulk pillai ]
 
Pat Farrell
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Originally posted by Adrian Perry:
Filenet


Do you mean FileNet, the Costa Mesa California company that was bought a few years ago by IBM, If so, I think this violates the "no company name" rule in the forum.
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Billy Tsai
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is FileNet a Java basd product?
I know it has a very good work flow engine
 
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