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Frameworks Struts, Hibernate and Spring

Michael Labuschagne
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Joined: May 08, 2007
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I'm interviewing for a job that requires experience in Struts, Hibernate and Spring...

If you have used JEE, Beans, JPA, JTA, JAAS and most other Enterprise APIs how difficult would it be to learn these frameworks and Hibernate?

Could you say you could teach yourself in a matter of days?
Jayr Motta
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Joined: Jul 30, 2010
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Any knowledge obtained from "a matter of days" will not be enough, but certainly a good programmer is able to start from scratch and learn as the time goes.


Feel free to ask me anything!
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