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Hi everyone

I have two yrs exp on core java and Recently I underwent an interview with product based company, I cleared all the rounds and the profile was very good and matched very much with what I desired.. Work was mostly technical and the job would give me chance to get good technical experience in java/j2ee/flex/ejb in retail domain...
but I need to do r & d on one product and its innovation for long time... Well everything went all right.
But I was given a not so lucrative offer so I turned down the offer.

One of my friend who has good grasp on


and Message Broker suggested me to learn this


product as it would have huge demand in future. He is ready to give me training on this.

I just wanted to know how is the present demand for IBM MQ & Message broker . I know java is evergreen field and their would be certainly demand for java professional but working for 2 yrs in core java, I am bored and looking to do something different and exciting

I am confused whether to learn a product or to sharpen my skills and eventually become a systems architect .
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