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srivamsi r

Joined: Oct 18, 2000
Posts: 2
hi gurus,
Please guide me which way to go. I am happy about this site as its bringing IT people together to discuss/share the ideas and experiences. I am at the cross roads now. I am confident with java. I would like to learn the advance topics now..which is next one to starts swing/beans/ejb/rmi/jsp/servlets...I heard from many of my friends that servlets is the hot subject.
Thanks for all your suggestions.
Gregg Wachter

Joined: May 15, 2000
Posts: 13
Since your asking for opinions, I'll offer mine. Servlets are a very critical piece of many development efforts today. With a solid servlet background you'll most likely have lots of jdbc experience. I would build on the servlet and jdbc knowledge with beans ( for good programming practice ), rmi ( general remote object knowledge and maybe jsp ( as an alternative to full strength servlets ).
Good luck in what ever path you choose!
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