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General Discussion

Jessica Soruco
Jessica Soruco
5,842 Points

Why isn't there a Java EE 7 track?

Teaching the basics of JSF, JPA, some EJB plus xml configuration or annotations would surely benefit a lot of people!

Also focusing on a web server such as Tomcat or TomEE wouldn't be that difficult I would surely pay for a Java EE track from Team Treehouse

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Carlos Rojas  "Yoru No Tori"
Carlos Rojas "Yoru No Tori"
6,530 Points

well this is a post from last year but I entirely agree with jedsad, JAVA continues being a standard for many work places