Win a copy of The Little Book of Impediments (e-book only) this week in the Agile and Other Processes forum!
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Kathy Sierra
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On behalf of Sun, I'm conducting research on how J2EE developers are using/developing Web Services. In exchange for completing an extensive interview/survey (and I mean EXTENSIVE and detailed), you can choose a voucher for the exam of your choice: EJB, Web, or one portion of the Architect exam.
In order to qualify, you *must* have already been working with Web Services, and using J2EE (although there is no requirement for *how* you've been developing them or consuming them.)
If you're interested, please write to me directly:
kathy.sierra@wickedlysmart.com
Thanks!
-Kathy
 
Billy Tsai
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so this is not for newbies to J2EE?
 
Billy Tsai
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I meant beginners and newbies in J2EE
 
Pradeep bhatt
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Billy, you already have lots of certificates.
 
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Originally posted by Pradeep Bhat:
Billy, you already have lots of certificates.

No such thing as too many certificates. Means less of my wall I have to paint.
 
Billy Tsai
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I have a lot of certificate but I am still a newbie in J2EE and Java is my primary programming language.
 
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Billy,
U have MS certification too. I am curious why u join Java world ? Why not stay in MS world for its new .net technology ? Besides, u have SCWCD, so u know servlet and JSP. These are part of J2EE. U can consider yourself at least better than newbie.
 
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