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From "Rohit Aeron" <>
Subject RE: developer roadmap
Date Sat, 20 Sep 2003 13:05:40 GMT
Then go for websphere Studio Application Developer (WSAD) ..half of your problem will be solved

-----Original Message-----
From: Duraid [] 
Sent: Saturday, September 20, 2003 5:37 PM
Subject: developer roadmap

Hi, Im an ASP.NET developer and i decided to using JSP. The problem is 
that there are many names jumping in my head: JSP..Jakarta, Tomcat, 
Struts, Velocity..Webshere.. J2EE..etc. I don't know where to start: 
should i learn JSP first, what technologies should i use? i mean with 
ASP.NET it's much easier, you get VS.NET and start working, not the case 
with JSP. Please help me to develop a road map for starting to develop 
web application using JSP, here is what im looking for:

1- Using open source tools where ever possible because the reason im 
switching from .NET is that it doesn't make sense to use expensive 
technology when you can do the same with free tools.

2- I'm an IDE guy so i prefer to have all the tools in one place than 
using switching between different ones bach and forth.

3- i like reading books more than  reading howto's.

that's it!! Can you please tell me where to start and how to go?

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