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Certified JBoss Developer

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I am currently thinking about working towards becoming a "Certified JBoss Developer" and could do with some advice.

As you may know the in order to get certified need:

To prepare for the JBoss for Advanced J2EE Developers course, and to ensure that you have all the necessary skills to be successful, it is highly recommended that you satisfy 1 of 2 options: (1) Attend a JBoss for Java Developers training course prior to registering for the Advanced course; (2) Pass the Middleware Placement Exam

Course Requirements

JBoss for Advanced J2EE Developers


The certification exam is available to students of the JBoss for Advanced J2EE Developers course within 12 months from completion of the training. The exam is available from our online provider for a fee of 100USD/100EUR per attempt. There are 75 multiple choice questions that must be completed within 24 hours of starting the exam.

Are any of you a certified JBoss developer? If so is it worth it?

What type of questions is in the "Middleware Placement Exam"? Are they similar to the question in SCBCD?


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I went for the JBoss for Advanced J2EE developer training last week as I am also planning to get certified as a JBoss Consultant/Developer. The course content was pretty much geared towards JBoss architecture and design, viz the Microkernal design, classloader, service management, smart proxies, JBoss Cache and invokers bindings. There was very little discussions on EJB as such. I found the course very helpful. But it's helpful only if you want to understand details of how JBoss works, possabily troubleshoot it and tune and optimize it.
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