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what should be my next step after core java ?

 
naved momin
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after completing my core java what should be my next step in java programming , i am a deep lover of programming , i ma'am told me that you should start with advanced java but i wonder it is for making the web based application and website , but php is consider quite hot for the same and people dont chooce to programme in advanced java unless very high security is required .
so as you guyz are more experinced then me , and i m just 20 and a diploma student (computer) whether i should go for advanced java or i should start leaning j2ee or something else in java
 
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Congratulations as you have good core Java

I would like to advise you to learn core Java EE (JSP, Servlet), it is the foundation for most enterprise frameworks like Spring, Struts... On the desktop, educate yourself in Swing to build desktop applications. Core Java is a good start but not enough for building real life applications, you need to learn various tools, frameworks, libraries, ... and use some glue to make them working together.
 
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Minh Nam wrote:Congratulations as you have good core Java

I would like to advise you to learn core Java EE (JSP, Servlet), it is the foundation for most enterprise frameworks like Spring, Struts... On the desktop, educate yourself in Swing to build desktop applications. Core Java is a good start but not enough for building real life applications, you need to learn various tools, frameworks, libraries, ... and use some glue to make them working together.

so can you suggest me a book as good as Kathy Sierra's (head first java ) then let me know that books name
and thanks for the advice
 
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naved momin wrote:
so can you suggest me a book as good as Kathy Sierra's (head first java ) then let me know that books name
and thanks for the advice


Head First JSPs and Servlets
 
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Java Puzzlers, by Bloch and Gafter
Effective Java, by Bloch
Java Concurrency in Practice, by Goetz, Peierls, Bowbeer, Holmes, Bloch and Lea

You can find them on our books pages.
 
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