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IBM Certified Enterprise Developer for WAS5 ?

 
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ello
I see the IBM Certified Enterprise Developer for WAS 4 has been "retired" and I searched for something similar for version 5. Closest enough is IBM Certified Enterprise Developer - WebSphere Studio v5.0. I'd like to stay as far away as possible from WSAD, isn't there anything like ED for WAS 4 for version 5 ?
 
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Hello Mika,
I am confused by your remarks. Are you sure you want the IBM certification? If you do, then please understand that it is a developer role based on J2EE and the WebSphere Studio Application Developer v5 (more so than WebSphere Application Server v5). Perhaps you can restate your question. I will do my best to provide answers. Good Luck!
 
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hello,
i try to sound more coherent i'd like to certify J2EE development skills for WAS5 environment (kind of like BEA Enterprise Developer for WLS7 or what's its name). i was going to take Enterprise Developer for WAS 4 ASSE test, but saw that it will be discontinued and I searched its equivalent for WAS5. but there seems to be only Enterprise Developer for WebSphere Studio ... have they discontinued the application server-specific cert line altogether ? do you know if there is going to be IBM Certified Enterprise Developer - IBM WebSphere Application Server V5?
 
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Websphere 4 certifications have been reinstated. More Details at http://www-1.ibm.com/certify/news/20031012.shtml
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Originally posted by Mika Salminen:
hello,
i try to sound more coherent i'd like to certify J2EE development skills for WAS5 environment (kind of like BEA Enterprise Developer for WLS7 or what's its name). i was going to take Enterprise Developer for WAS 4 ASSE test, but saw that it will be discontinued and I searched its equivalent for WAS5. but there seems to be only Enterprise Developer for WebSphere Studio ... have they discontinued the application server-specific cert line altogether ? do you know if there is going to be IBM Certified Enterprise Developer - IBM WebSphere Application Server V5?


Hello Mika,
I understand you question better now. There are separate certifications for developers and for administrators. The 287 test is for a developer role (CED), while the 340 and 341 tests are for the administrator's role. The confusion may lie in the fact that the 158 test was (IMHO) poorly named.
Regards,
Howard Kushner
 
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Try this site out for IBM Test 286. Based on our feedbacks from customers, it really has been a great help to them for passing the exam with high scores.
http://www.exam-simulators.com
 
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