And just for the record, if you do get into WebSphere, there are lots of free tutorials on my website.
Joined: Oct 21, 2006
Thanks Cameron..youre responses are always helpful. But now im afraid im even more confused. I keep pendulating between the two weblogic and websphere. My eventual goal is to get into the EAI field like tibco BW. from that perspective is it better to go for websphere? they have the mq thing is for integration? I know that weblogic has an integration developer certification too. I hope Im not getting ahead of myself, but I always think its better to make correct choices early on.
Cameron Wallace McKenzie
author and cow tipper
My blood runs blue, so I'm IBM biased. IBM is a big company, and they can really throw their weight around. They have big clients that are heavily vested in WebSphere. I think being IBM centric will provide a long list of future job opportunities. But again, I am biased.
On thing that is frustrating is the lack of a WebSphere 7 release. We still can't deploy version 3 EJBs to WebSphere. That's the only big drawback I see with WebSphere right now.
Administration is admin though. If you understand one, you can learn the other quite easily - at least that's my experience.
I’ve looked at a lot of different solutions, and in my humble opinion Aspose is the way to go. Here’s the link: http://aspose.com