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How to get "J2EE" on my resume ?

 
Ashish S Yadav
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I got an ocjp on my resume. I see ads for J2EE. What is considered as J2EE ? How do I get it on my resume ?
 
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By doing it. Lots of it. Also note that J2EE as a term is outdated. At this point, putting it on a resume may make your knowledge look stale. It's been called "JEE" for years.
 
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Tim Moores wrote:By doing it. Lots of it. Also note that J2EE as a term is outdated. At this point, putting it on a resume may make your knowledge look stale. It's been called "JEE" for years.


I saw this on oracle. I dont know which one is the best for my interests. I want to make back end apps and some front end/presentation layer stuff too. Which of the parts would you suggest for me ?
 
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That page mentions "J2EE" just once, in reference to an API that hasn't been touched for years. But it does mention Java EE (JEE for short) multiple times, including the page name and the name of the main specification.

Which of the parts would you suggest for me ?

JDBC, JPA and servlets/JSP/JSTL for starters (and JAXP if you don't know that yet from Java SE). You can pick up other APIs as needed, like JavaMail, JAX-RS, JAXB, JMS, CDI, DI etc.
 
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