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I recently did my SCWCD exam..I am confused about what to go for next..
SCBCD or XML ??
Can anyone advice on this..based on the job market skill requirements??
 
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Hi



IMO you know enough Java as it is. Perhaps it is time to widen your skill set. Besides that, Java & XML expert is a cool combination.
 
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Originally posted by Razvan MIHAIU:
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IMO you know enough Java as it is. Perhaps it is time to widen your skill set. Besides that, Java & XML expert is a cool combination.



Thanks a lot Razvan!!
I need to really make a decision soon.
 
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Originally posted by Deepa Rao:
I recently did my SCWCD exam..I am confused about what to go for next..
SCBCD or XML ??
Can anyone advice on this..based on the job market skill requirements??



Here is something similar to your question that was discussed before !!!


https://coderanch.com/t/147259/po/certification/advise-you-guys

HTH
[ March 28, 2005: Message edited by: Hari Vignesh Padmanaban ]
 
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Thanks for the link Mr.Hari.
 
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