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i need a proper guidance.

 
swetha nandan
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Hi everyone.i am swetha .i have finished my MCA in the 2005 after tht i worked for small s/w firm.but due to some reasons the company could not run for long time and i have to come out of it.after tht i i dint look for any job.becoz i was not getting a proper guidance.i donno where to start.wht to do.i am aware of java ,struts.i donno any other topics.please suggest me.

wht topics i have to go through .where shude i get the project from.already 1+ years completed i am still idle.please suggest me.
i am in a state of depression.i am in need of a proper guidance for my carrier.

thank you.
 
arulk pillai
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Don't dispair. Some of my posts can be useful

-- http://www.coderanch.com/t/421990/Jobs/careers/Handy-tips-some-work-experience

-- http://www.javaranch.com



While looking for work

-- Learn Java and then JEE (JSP, Servlet, JDBC, JNDI, etc)

-- Learn SQL and XML

-- Learn some of the sought-after frameworks like Spring, Hibernate, and Struts.

-- Learn design patterns and design concepts

-- Learn integration technologies like Webservices, JMS, etc.

Good luck
 
Campbell Ritchie
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This thread would sit better on "jobs discussion." Moving.
 
Sandeep Awasthi
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Since you already have worked on struts, so I assume you know core java, jsp with tag libraries as well.

So start learning Spring core & hibernate. In parallel start looking out for job.
After you get job learn rest of the technologies which Arulk mentioned in parallel to job.

 
Jhon Lena
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Make your career as SAP consultant by joining new social network site www.sapforall.net
Join for FREE and let's start your SAP Consultant career.
 
Anand Prabhu
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Jhon Lena wrote:Make your career as SAP consultant by joining new social network site www.sapforall.net
Join for FREE and let's start your SAP Consultant career.


Just curious. Do you have any information on what the success rate is for Non-SAP people wanting to join the SAP arena? I have seen many of my friends trying to switch over and I observed that only a handful managed to get in after a determined effort.
 
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