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How do you become a Sun Certified Instructor?

 
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Anyone know how you become a Sun Certified Instructor for Java? I've had a good old look on the net but to no avail.
 
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Originally posted by Tony Walters:
Anyone know how you become a Sun Certified Instructor for Java? I've had a good old look on the net but to no avail.


There is nothing like existed for example for Lotus (Certified Lotus Instructor).
Is there a market for trainings at the moment? I have strong doubts.
In Germany there is some little market for more specialiced trainings like for example Java development with Eclipse or (much better) Websphere development with Websphere Application Developer.
Make it heavily IDE-based. Might work with Netbeans/Sun Studio or Bea Weblogic, too.
"Tomcat development with Netbeans" might work.

regards Axel
[ June 18, 2003: Message edited by: Axel Janssen ]
 
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