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Thread: More about Java

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    Default More about Java

    Dear members I have already learned Core Java,JSP, Servlet and J2ME.
    After learning above mentioned Topics what i have to learn next to get in-depth knowledge of full java technology?
    I want to learn more


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    Maybe you should also learn little about HTML :-) Or you can buy or find a book about java. And then learn more. My book have learn me all about java, but the book is on danish. Try to find a book on you own language :-)

    But if you just will read about they topis you missing so will i say read more about swing and servers.

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    Default Re: More about Java

    Wow... where do we start...? :-)

    Take a look at Java Platform, Enterprise Edition - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia, in particular the "Java EE 7 specifications" box at the bottom of the page. It'll also be worthwhile going through The Java EE 7 Tutorial.