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what the exam code should be?

 
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SCDJWS, SJWSCD or SCJWSD?
 
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Seems SCDJWS stand for "Sun Certified Developer for Java Web Services".
 
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SCJWSD - Sun Certified Java Web Services Developer
SJWSCD - Sun Java Web Services Component Developer(?)
SCDJWS - Sun Certified Developer for Java Web Services
Which is the exam name?
 
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Originally posted by Martin CHOW:
SCJWSD - Sun Certified Java Web Services Developer
SJWSCD - Sun Java Web Services Component Developer(?)
SCDJWS - Sun Certified Developer for Java Web Services
Which is the exam name?


I think the first is currently popular among exam aspirants... So it will be SCJWSD - Sun Certified Java Web Services Developer.
 
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