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deepak carter
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Hi

I have completed OCWCD yesterday with 78%.Now what should i do...framework or something else is needed to get a job quickly.

Expert advice needed.

Thanks in advance.
Riaan Nel
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deepak carter wrote:Hi

I have completed OCWCD yesterday with 78%.Now what should i do...framework or something else is needed to get a job quickly.

Expert advice needed.

Thanks in advance.

Hi Deepak

You should start by looking at the jobs available in your area. See what they're looking for, and if you see something that matches your skill set, apply for the job. Even if you don't know everything, you can learn it as you go along.

Good luck & congratulations on completing your OCWCD!


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deepak carter
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somebody told me to go for framework like hibernate instead of ejb.can you advice me on this
Riaan Nel
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deepak carter wrote:somebody told me to go for framework like hibernate instead of ejb.can you advice me on this

Hibernate is typically used within an EJB context, so you can't really do Hibernate without doing EJB.

Again, use market demand as an indicator. Look at job postings in your area, or phone a bunch of companies and find out if they are looking for developers, and what technologies they use.
Winston Gutkowski
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deepak carter wrote:somebody told me to go for framework like hibernate instead of ejb.can you advice me on this

Any answer you get is likely to be subjective. Personally, I love Hibernate, but then, I'm an old DBA.

One other thing you might think about is to read up on something like JPA, on which Hibernate is based. Think of it as the difference between pure Maths and Economics, or Physics and Engineering: the first will help you to the second, but you can't really get the second without the first. It may also help you with other persistence architectures.

Winston


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Darryl Burke
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deepak carter
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thanks for expert advice which i needed
Winston Gutkowski
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deepak carter wrote:thanks for expert advice which i needed

Not sure if I'm included in 'expert', but you're very welcome.

Winston
Deepak Bala
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Hibernate is typically used within an EJB context, so you can't really do Hibernate without doing EJB.


Not true. Hibernate is a framework that can be used independent of EJBs. You could use hibernate with POJO java applications for example.

Whether you would like to learn EJBs or Hibernate is subjective. What are skills are jobs in your area demanding ? Skills for hibernate / EJB / Spring ?


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