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How Relevant is EJB today?

 
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Hi,

How many people are still studying EJB today.
I don't think many people are.
Although I come from a time where learning EJB was an essential part of J2EE learning.
And many software's still have EJB beneath the hood. So when an error is thrown from the EJB end it's the ones who know it stand out.
But I still feel only a hand few resources really are learning EJB today.

Regards,
Anujit


 
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I've answered this question in another recent thread. Please check there. In short, we have seen good adoption since Java EE 6: https://blogs.oracle.com/stories/.
 
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