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posted 15 years ago
Hi Rick, If you refer to the link Ko Ko provided, you will find that the certification policy has been changed, starting from Sep 2003. When I took SCJP 1.2 on Jan 2003, there DOES an expiry date on the certificate, however, since the policy changed, I have re-requested a new certificate that DOES not have any expiry date. Nick.
Originally posted by Nicholas Cheung: Like other certifications now, once you got certified, you are certified to that version for your whole life. Nick.
http://suned.sun.com/US/certification/faq/#recert How long is my Sun certification title now valid? As of August 1, 2003, all Sun certifications are now based on versions. There is no expiration date to your certification title. You may, however, be certified on a technology that is outdated if Sun releases a new exam associated with a new technology version. Keeping your certification current is highly recommended.
Howdy Folks, Since the original thread entitled Is there an expiration date for IBM certification? seems to have gone astray a wee bit, let's bring it back home shall we? IBM Certifications do not expire per se. However, the shelf life of some of the roles and tests is limited somewhat by the versions of relevant J2EE specifications and the related WebSphere tooling. Hope this helps. Regards,
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posted 15 years ago
Thanks for that information. I did not know that Sun had made that change. I think they've got it right now. They are now in line with IBM's policy, which makes much more sense. Thanks for clearing that up for me. Now I'll send away for a new SCWCD cert.
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