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Ashwin Sridhar
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Hi guys,

I have completed my SCWCD and as of now very familiar with Servlets & Jsp.
I do have good knowledge in Spring Framework.
What next can i learn inorder to become a very sound java/j2ee architect.
I have 2yrs of Experience in IT field
 
Vijay Tidake
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Hi Ashwin,

Struts2.0,Spring3.0 and JSF2.0 along with ORM frameworks Hibernate and iBatis are good choices.

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To become an architect. refer one of the useful site Architect
 
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Architecture by itself can be split into many sub-domains

1. Test architect
2. Data architect
3. Application architect
4. Systems architect

What is it that you think an architect does ? What do you want to do ? It usually takes several years of experience for an architect to be successful.
 
Ashwin Sridhar
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Vijay Tidake wrote:Hi Ashwin,

Struts2.0,Spring3.0 and JSF2.0 along with ORM frameworks Hibernate and iBatis are good choices.

Thanks


You have mentioned more than one framework. That is definitely interesting.
What about EJB. How about learning Ant Scripts. I hope at some point,there would be a need to write scripts as well
 
Ashwin Sridhar
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Deepak Bala wrote:Architecture by itself can be split into many sub-domains

1. Test architect
2. Data architect
3. Application architect
4. Systems architect

What is it that you think an architect does ? What do you want to do ? It usually takes several years of experience for an architect to be successful.


Right now my Role is Developer, so definitely i would progress and work towards becoming an Application Architect. And definitley i know its not a overnight thing. it needs years of work and understanding.
 
Ashwin Sridhar
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Hi guys, any further suggestions
 
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for scripts, don't just look at builds, but go into jvm scripting languages
 
Vijay Tidake
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HI,

What about EJB. How about learning Ant Scripts


About EJB, I am not very much aware of it.

Ant script is not any frameworks its a tool used in building the project.So its good to have knowledge about it and also you can utilize your knowledge in building the scripts for
deploying your applications.

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Ashwin Sridhar
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Ya definitely. ANT scripts is not a framework.
Its good to know one Framework. But here i find suggestions to know more than one.
Wont too many cooks spoil the broth...??
 
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