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Some guidelines in area of web component development

 
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Hi,

I have some queries I would like to know your opinions regarding that:

1- How do you see a guy with knowledge of web component development having skills in Core Java, Servlet, JSP, Struts, JDBC(databases)
2- How should he see his career in web development? I mean future aspects.
3- In what area of Java development do you see the given skill what I counted in point #1, can be applied. Or in other words what do generally companies do?
4- If I underestimate the web site development as low priced job. I say employees are highly underpaid.
5- Is it true that while you opt, web component developer, you should have
knowledge of some web site development tools like Dreamweaver, Flash.
Because companies ask you to do everything, they don't hire persons for
specific job as it is not more profitable job.
6- What do you think, why we see less people going for SCJD certification?

I stay in Bangalore, India.

Any suggestion/guidelines/opinions will be highly appreciated.

Thanks,
[ June 26, 2007: Message edited by: Chandra Bhatt ]
 
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1- How do you see a guy with knowledge of web component development having skills in Core Java, Servlet, JSP, Struts, JDBC(databases)
If you are not saying from looks point of view, then We need to have base reference to compare this guy with other qualifications.
2- How should he see his career in web development? I mean future aspects.
20 years back also people doubting software and todays also and after 100 years also. Hope this gives answer
3- In what area of Java development do you see the given skill what I counted in point #1, can be applied. Or in other words what do generally companies do?
Comapanies want output in stipulated time frame. Give the work in given time frame and helps others to achieve target.
4- If I underestimate the web site development as low priced job. I say employees are highly underpaid.
There is a difference between web site developement using plain HTML and web application using java. You are considering prior one then you are correct
5- Is it true that while you opt, web component developer, you should have
knowledge of some web site development tools like Dreamweaver, Flash.
Because companies ask you to do everything, they don't hire persons for
specific job as it is not more profitable job.
They don't want everything to know, they want minimum to know. Nobody wants to hire a middle school kid, at least they want a graduate. Just for your knowledge Infy or Wipro go for fresher interview, they ask logical question, not how to work in dreamweaver.
6- What do you think, why we see less people going for SCJD certification?
Well I did. And I haven't seen reason not to go for it. I can't say for others.

It looks to me you heard lot of talk from others and trying to get answers.
Just dive into field and then you will start enjoying it.
 
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Thanks Jignesh for nice answers to my doubts.



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