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Product Certification vs. "General"

 
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Hi,
I've just finished SCWCD certification and now I'm looking around for something to certify myself in.
I'm toying with the IBM XML cert as it ties in nicely with my java stuff and my job ( I'm currently designing client-server applications for web and/or socket configurations)
I'm also attracted to Websphere though as there seems to be ( relatively ) a lot of offers of work.
Any comments/input would be welcome.
Thanks,
Terry
 
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Both xml and websphere certifications are respsected in the industry. you must also consider uml cert and enterprise connective certs by ibm apart from weblogic certification.
do visit jcert.org for great info about these certs and also dont forget to visit the new forums created at thsi great place about product certifications and other certifications.
hope this helps
gori
 
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