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I just read some article on the web that claim that a new Sun Enterprise Architect exam will be released this year. Is It true? Have anybody heard anything similar? What is your opinion
on how long the current exam will be around?
 
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Where is the article that you saw?
 
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I read a similar article from JavaWorld...
it says...

June 7, 2001 -- Experienced Java developers are expected to have a collection of design patterns in their toolbox. Sun's certification exam for Java architects already explicitly tests for knowledge of the Gang of Four's patterns. When the exam is rewritten for release next year, other enterprise patterns will be added.


here's the link to the article...
j2ee design patterns
 
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