I love java and JSP technology and i want to go on learning JSP in depth.should i go ahead?
Should i prefer other technology for learning like PHP,ASP.NET or stick to JSP.Actually i really feel like to study JSP and Struts in detail as i like open source.Will it be beneficial for job market?Also i have rock solid concept of Core Java.Currently i am a computer science student and in my final year and desire to become web developer.Please suggest your opinion thanks
Asked By: Akhilesh G - 2/22/2010
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Answered By: Arpita - 2/22/2010
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Actually, if you are going to be a web developer, you should be familiar with everything you mentioned in your question + a few other things. Of course it doesn't have to be in depth at first, but you should know the most common languages used at least enough to comprehend it when you read it... More
Answered By: PleaseInsertACoin - 2/22/2010
You should learn all of them. if JSP is what interests you, then go for it, but you should ALSO learn PHP, ASP.NET, SQL, Perl, Python, C, C++, C#, VisualBasic.NET, and all the other common scripting and compiled languages that a web developer needs to have in his toolbelt.
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