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Hi,
Can anyone tell me which is having good market?
SCJP or weblogic ?
If weblogic plz give me some info reg. weblogic certification?
thanks,
donna.
 
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I think it's better to finish SCJP before writing weblogic certification (bea recommend to have it). Weblogic certification will greatly help you if you have 2+ years of exp in j2ee. for starters i would suggest going for SCJP first.
http://education.bea.com/education/certification_program.jsp for weblogic certification information .
[ October 01, 2002: Message edited by: Kripal Singh ]
 
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Thanks singh!
 
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I was looking for the same Info. thanks for ur help.
 
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xmlbeginner,
You should change your name to comply with the JavaRanch Name Policy before the bartenders and sherrifs start to get on your case.
 
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