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    Default Getting a job in Java

    What is the best way to get a job in Java?

    1. Which version of Java should I learn?
    2. Which tools/libraries should I learn?
    3. Which certifications, if any, should I have?
    4. Should I also have certifications in other programming languages and in markup languages to accompany Java, or is it enough just to know Java alone?

    Right now I am learning with Java SE 8.0. If anybody can point me in the right direction, I hope this will save me time in the long run, so that I am using my time as wisely as possible.

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    Default Re: Getting a job in Java

    Certifications, I hear, are obsolete.

    As far as the tools go, I would suggest Spring/Hibernate/Servlets/JSP.

    Really anything J2EE related. Also, you will want to be familiar with application servers(weblogic/websphere) and relational databases(Oracle/SQL)

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