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Useless SCDJWS?

 
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Hallo All,

Is it worthwhile to start with SCDJWS-study now? I want to use this chance to order my knowledge of WS-technologies... But old versions of SOAP, WSDL, JAXB, etc. in exam objectives don't motivate.
 
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Hi Denis

I think this may help you.

It's your call to wait till the early of 2009 or even later, as Bert has conclued in the thread above.
 
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I'm in same boat as you are Denis! But at the end of the day, you learn so much from each certification, especially this one.
 
Niranjan Deshpande
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You are right Dan!!! Even it does not matter for me, if it is a new/old exam. I have decided to gor the 220 exam, come what may.
 
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Me too.
I will go for current version exam, and may upgrade in future if required.

Thanks for the link to the thread Niranjan.
 
Denis Bogdanov
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Thanks for the discussion and your opinions. Learning for the certification can fill the gaps from the using some technologies in the real world. And ... new versions or standards are coming and going
 
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But old versions of SOAP, WSDL, JAXB, etc. in exam objectives don't motivate



SOAP, WSDL, JAXB won't change too much.

they are the standant of whole industy now, they cannot change too much anymore like other JAVA/JEE technology.
even the new versions has been developed, few orginasation will follow them

it's not the reason of whatsoever technology, but the reason of politics.
How to change the WS-I, without agreement from so many companies in the world? I have no idea.
 
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