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    Default pre requisites of java EE?

    hi,

    thanks for reading this thread.

    i am currently studying java and i would like to go straight to java EE but it is not that easy.

    tried to study EE but it seems like I have to study some things first. like JSP, jQuery, XML, javascript, javabeans and some other stuff before heading to the main course

    my question is what is the first thing that I need to learn and the second and etc.. before I go to java EE? or are there other stuff that I need to take note of beside things that I already mentioned?

    please give me maybe a clue or a learning path that I should follow.

    thanks!
    any suggestions would be appreciated

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    Quote Originally Posted by kulangotski View Post
    i am currently studying java and i would like to go straight to java EE but it is not that easy.
    Would you please tell us what have you read till now? Which topics have you covered?

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    I suggest starting with jsp and servlets. develop a sample web application using jsp and servlet. Then start javascript followed by xml concepts.

    Once you are done with these topics, jump on to advanced things like JQuery and EJB.

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    Quote Originally Posted by goldest View Post
    Would you please tell us what have you read till now? Which topics have you covered?

    Goldest
    i have already read some fundamentals of java, i used the java tutorial from oracle and read some things like collections, swing, deployment and a little bit of generics. here is what i follow

    The Java™ Tutorials

    i have not touched any of the advanced lessons, should i get a view of those things first?

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    Quote Originally Posted by lovelesh View Post
    I suggest starting with jsp and servlets. develop a sample web application using jsp and servlet. Then start javascript followed by xml concepts.

    Once you are done with these topics, jump on to advanced things like JQuery and EJB.
    ok, well thank you for that suggestion. i would surely try to follow that. thanks. but is EJB is somehow like javaneans?

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