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What is next after SCJP and SCWCD?

 
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Hi there,

I am looking for some advise.

I am someone who has 12+ years professional experience in Web Development.
Last year I decided to migrate from ColdFusion/Oracle platform to Java(SE/EE)/Oracle Platform. Part of my efforts I am now SCJP and SCWCD certified.

Now I like to know what is the current & most popular trend in Java Web Development line? Should I go ahead and learn Spring MVC & Hibernet?

If that's the case can someone please advise what are the most popular and useful books for:
1) Java Web Development using Spring MVC
2) Hibernet in Java etc...

If you have any other idea apart from what I asked then most welcome! I really want to move forward and adopt right things on Java Technology.

Thanks in advance.

Hitesh Patel
Sydney, Australia.
 
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Hitesh Patel Patel wrote:2) Hibernet in Java etc...


Hibernate, not Hibernet.

I really want to move forward and adopt right things on Java Technology.


"Right" things?

I'd look at job listings in your area to see what is in demand.
 
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I think you are from India. In India at the moment Spring is the most popular in service companies doing web application development (as you said yourself). You can study Spring in Action 3rd Edition. For Hibernate you can try "Java Persistence with Hibernate" from Manning...
 
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Hi Ankit,

Thanks for your reply. Can you please confirm you are referring to below books?

Spring in Action - 3rd edition
http://www.bookdepository.com/Spring-Action-Craig-Walls/9781935182351

Java Persistence with Hibernate - 2nd edition
http://www.bookdepository.com/Java-Persistence-with-Hibernate-Christian-Bauer/9781617290459

Please confirm.

Thanks,
Hitesh Patel
Sydney, Australia.
 
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Yes Hitesh I'm referring to these books...
 
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