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Which application server between WebLogic, WebSphere and JBoss is more relevant in the job market?

 
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I am a C++ developer cross training to Java. I would like to know which application server I should concentrate learning first, that is more likely to be used in most corporate jobs?

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Welcome to the Ranch

I would suggest you learn the basics of Java® first, remembering it is a different language from C++. Similarly, learn the standard edition (=JavaSE) before you try learning any JavaEE.
 
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Or Tomcat or Jetty. THere's lots of choices.

I agree with Campbell that it is best to learn the language. Both core Java and servlets/queues/things that are used on application servers
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