J2ee Training

Written by Shirley Parker
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J2EE stands for Java 2 Platform, Enterprise Edition. It is the successor to Java 2 Platform, Standard Edition and retains the best of that. This includes portability or "Write Once, Run Anywhere" as it's often called. J2EE is a multi-tier application that must scale from small custom applications to those running 24 hours, seven days a week.

J2EE also retains the JDBC (Java Data Base Connectivity) API, known for not complicating simple things. The remaining base includes CORBA (Common Object Request Broker Architecture) technology to interact with existing resources, and security protection for data involved with the Internet. Of course, the Enterprise Edition builds from there and anyone with the appropriate level of interest will want to research it further, if needed. You might already be familiar with the basics or more.

Some of the best J2EE training is only available on an onsite basis, at the customer's location, that is. This is because much of it needs to be customized and trainers will adapt the length of the classes to fit the conditions and requirements. Of course, you'll discuss fees ahead of time.

Additional Training for J2EE

Large IT organizations will undoubtedly request the onsite training. It isn't always cost-effective to send groups of employees away for training, nor does that always show them what needs to be done with the company's own system. On a case-by-case basis, out-of-town workshops will be beneficial. In addition, training classes that are available to the general public--as at college campuses--or online courses, are the right solution for the company. Classes will cover an overview, naming services, servlets, JavaBeans, design patterns, java server pages, security, messaging, extensions, and more.


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