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Ravi Anamalay
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When someone tells you they're a J2EE professional, what does that mean to you ?
What minimum skills would you expect ?
 
John Lee
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Thomas Paul
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Servlets, JSPs, JDBC, EJB would be the minimum.
 
Michael Morris
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Servlets, JSPs, JDBC, EJB would be the minimum
Augment that with UML, GoF and J2EE Patterns, JMS and other peripheral technoligies and you should feel confident calling yourself a J2EE pro.
 
John Lee
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3-tier application, from design to develop, so it probablly have:
ejb, application server, data server, applet, servlet, jsp, uml, pattern, rup, ....
[ May 03, 2003: Message edited by: Don Liu ]
 
Ravi Anamalay
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Thanks. Its just that lately I've been encountering more and more people with "J2EE" in their list of qualifications.
 
Thomas Paul
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I don't think UML and design patterns are part of the minimum requirements. To be a good programmer they might be required but not just to call yourself a "J2EE programmer".
 
John Lee
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you are probablly right if he just looks for minimum requirement for a j2ee guy. it is like 'what is the max deductable you want for a 1983 toyota camery?' i would definitely put down $1,000/$1,000 for collosion/comprehensive, assumimg they are the max.
 
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