Last week, we had the author of TDD for a Shopping Website LiveProject. Friday at 11am Ranch time, Steven Solomon will be hosting a live TDD session just for us. See for the agenda and registration link
Most of the content management products are either built using Java/J2EE tech. or offer Java-J2EE APIs. And when you are working on a project which uses such products, you typically have to customize the product using the APIs to suit the customer needs. So even if you work on such products, (lets say interwoven) you will be working in Java-J2EE for customization(Unless the product has a proprietary templating language). Yes you may not get a chance to build the application by using basic building blocks of J2EE (such as EJBs, JMS, Servlets etc) because typically these products ofTen shield those details from you, but still you will be in working in Java-J2EE and getting good experience in an interesting ( and in demand ?) domain.
Hey ernest, I did not know what is the right forum to post regarding content management softwares, is it advance java or what? so posted in multiple one. I did not wanted to spam . Any ways, Thanks rohan for the understanding. I am badly in need of some more understanding with those thigns. can you point me some good site and forum where i can learn working with documentum or vignette or intervwove or filenet.
And isnt Enterprise content managemnt a fast growing sector?? What is a fast growing and demading job sector in u.s especailly near NJ and NY.considering java/j2ee.
I am not sure you will get the s/w and the relavant documentation for interwoven/ documentum etc on internet. Because they are commercial products. You have to search for that on internet and if you find (leagal) version available for download post the link here so that others can benefit :-) . But if you want to get an idea about what is CMS then there is a opensource available http://www.opencms.org have a look at it. You can download the s/w and learn it on your own. About what's in demand near NY /NJ area.. I am not qualified to comment on that :-) as I don't live there. But my guess is IBM products will be in demand as NY is finacial hub and I think ( you need to verify this) those companies use IBM products a lot. Like Webspher portal , IBM Content management , MQ etc.
i am not afraid of passing interviews..but i dont have knowledge regarding ejb and struts..nor web services... is knowledge of java+jsp+servlets enoughf or one need to know compulsoryly ejb and struts .. also i guess spring and hibernate are also needed...