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Whats next from SUN, any New Certifications Coming up for JAVA?

 
Siraj Shaik
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With the new certifications (SCDJWS, SCMAD, SCBCD), I beleive SUN covered the JAVA Technology completely.

So are we at a stagnation for 2 to 3 years to come? I know new versions will be there but any new technologies in the offing?

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The best way to find out is to keep listening for what folks seem to find important as a job skill. Eventually, they'll mention what they're considering as fields ready for new exams.

Personally, I'm not even hazarding a guess at the moment.
 
Tong Chen
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Probably will be Sun Certified Developer for .NET?
 
Siraj Shaik
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Ha HAH HA HAH
 
Marcelo Sousa Ancelmo
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Right, then afeter the developer you can become a MCSE for J2EE :roll:



Regards,
 
bob yue
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Though this is a Java Ranch, I definitely believe mastering multiple
technology is definitely needed for next generation of IT professional.
hee hee...
MSCE MSCD OCP9I SCJP SCJD SCWCD SCEA WSAD CCNA VBC++4.5
 
Tong Chen
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MSCE MSCD OCP9I SCJP SCJD SCWCD SCEA WSAD CCNA VBC++4.5


Look at this! So cool! What is MSCE and MSCD??
 
bob yue
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MSCE - Microsoft Certified Engineer
MSCD - sorry wrong spell should be MCAD Microsoft Certified Application Developer
Now I think some hands on certification is more challenging and helpful.
The most one I would like to try is RHCE, but quite expensive.
 
Eduardo Rodrigues
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Originally posted by bob yue:

The most one I would like to try is RHCE, but quite expensive.


And difficult too...
BTW , is the RHCE so valuable ???
Here, in Brazil, I didn't see any jobs requiring this cert...

Bye
 
Chengwei Lee
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What about Grid Computing? Its hot!
 
Jason Hocker
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What is grid computing?
 
Nicholas Cheung
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Grid computing is one type of High Performance computing (or Parallel computing), which allows applications/programs that being execute in parallel, in order to increase the performance.

Oracle database 10g's "g" means "grid", which indicates that this new database is targeted on the grid area.

Nick
 
Siraj Shaik
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I am deeply interested in Grid Computing, but only certification I know of is IBMs "Grid Computing - Technical Sales".

Does any body know any other certification(s) in this area?
 
Mario Camou
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only certification I know of is IBMs "Grid Computing - Technical Sales".

Siraj,
Could you give a link to the resources regarding the certificate you mentioned above?
 
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