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Hello, 

I was just curious so I am asking this. I have been doing IBM MQ Admin work for about 5.5 years and MB/IIB admin work for about 4 years now. I am fairly confident I have done all sorts of migrations, upgrades, issue resolutions, PMRs in this time. I have also worked with scripting using shell and perl. And can handle Linux admin stuff without any hassles. I would say i have done maybe 6 months worth of MB development and am dabbling with a bit of java programming now. I was just thinking of learning something new in the IBM WebSphere Suite of tools to complement this knowledge. But am really confused and wondering if i should continue in these Suites for a career advancement. Just trying to picture a 5 years from now scenario and I see myself stuck still using these tools and still doing these migrations etc. 

Please help

I didn't find the right solution from the internet.

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