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    Hi

    I started programming in C then VC++ and worked in VC++ for couple of years.
    then for a short period only with C++ under linux and have worked as a consultant all the while

    my last project i had to work on java but not web development or enterprise ,, just on a standalone java tool . i m almost finished with this now, and my employer wants me to work on something else VB script

    i think its time i settle down in one technology , i need your career advise on this

    what i want to do is continue learning java language and also learn J2EE and move to java enterprise application field and stay there.
    but the problem is , with my current job( software tool development and support ) i can only work on multiple tools not related to J2EE.

    in future will i be able to get a job in J2EE with just Java language knowledge and a certification ?

    would it be a good idea to continue working on java atleast at home ?

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    Hi.
    I think you can get a job in JEE right now. If you have a strong knowledge in C/C++ you can start to develop in Java a very quickly. But I don't understand why you decide to replays a program language with C/C++ on Java.
    I know that this is developer, which has a deep knowledge in C/C++ can has a very good salary to compare with Java developer.
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    yes i know what you mean

    the issue is i want to move to asia pacific and am currently in europe

    and in asia pacific , there is demand in the area of j2ee and less C/C++ ( i mean application developement ) since i have not been programming embedded or semiconductor technology

    moreover , compared to C++ , java is simpler and easier

    any way thanx for your reply

    kmm

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    Oh my god. ) You thought that when you would immigrate to Europe you will have a good job ). I must disappoint you, because it's nothing to change. In Europe if you haven't a deep knowledge you have to find a good job. For start I advice you to find a remote job.
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    what is a remote job ?

    is it ever possible to get something like that ?

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    Sure There are many resource, which can offer this serve. for example. odesk.com

    PS. If moderate decide that is adverts it can delete this post.
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