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Passed scjp1.4...what NEXT?

 
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Hi all,
I have successfully cleared scjp1.4 examination.
Thanks to all Ranchers and K&B.
I am totaly confused what to do next...
Can anyone suggest me a good exam which will help me to get a job in India.
is that SCJD,SCBCD or SCWCD?
What abt Oracle DBA.
Help me plz.
Thanks ... bye
 
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Originally posted by minu sm:
Hi all,
I have successfully cleared scjp1.4 examination.
Thanks to all Ranchers and K&B.
I am totaly confused what to do next...
Can anyone suggest me a good exam which will help me to get a job in India.
is that SCJD,SCBCD or SCWCD?
What abt Oracle DBA.
Help me plz.
Thanks ... bye


Congratulations!
I would suggest you to check out what jobs are in demand in your country by visiting job sites. If you think that JSP, Servlets and other web components are on the top of the list, then you should think of getting the SCWCD. If it's about EJB, etc. then try SCBCD. I think SCMAD(still in beta) is also good if you are planning to develop J2ME applications.
In the Philippines, it's different. It's easy to find a Java related jobs based on experience or knowledge on the subject, even without any certification.
Try to apply for an entry level position to acquire more knowledge in java.
 
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Minu -
Congratulations!
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Congrats !!!
 
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