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Some one give me advice !!!Entry level Profession in webservices !

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I recently finished masters in Information and technology . Prior to my masters , i worked in communications software domain [Did maintainance and testing of L2 switch implemented using c application prograaming for 1.2 yrs ].

Now after my work break , am back with a degree.

And i got a offer to work in SOA product based WBESERVICES domain company .

Please someone tell me does Webservices [SOA] have a bright scope for professionals in future ???

Well i am interested in JAVA , XML ...but still HESITANT to accept the offer because company said it will consider me as only fresher as there is no good experience of java in my resume.[My previous 1.2 yrs exp gets lost ]

Can someone give me a good insight about webservices , soa and its future .

Advanced Thanks for your kindly advices !
Mayank S
Principal Technologist

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