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hi all,
One of my Senior suggested me to write Java Certified Enterprise Architect exam. I dont have even Sun Java Certified Professional (SJCP) certificate.. eventhough i am working on j2ee technologies for 4 years. Could i eligible for the Java Architect Certification exams. Please let me know immediately.
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nrkonjeti, (Is that your real name? Please look at the naming conventions @ javaranch)
There is no pre-requisite to write the SCEA. Usually it is written either after people write one or more lower level certifications or is written by experienced architects (or wannabes)
So, if you think you can fit in the later, take the shot. It is worth it.
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