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Anyone Know when SCEA JEE 5 is Available?

 
Thomas Hubschman
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I know it is in Beta testing now. Planning on doing it when it gets cleaned up and released.

Tom
 
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The easy answer is: there's been no announcement as to a release date.

The guess on my part is probably late February, early March 2008, based on two months for them to grade the Part II/III assignment, coupled with the fact that Part III is available through 26 Dec 07.
 
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Thanks Theodore.

Your certification list is long and impressive. Kudos.

Tom
 
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Thanks. It's what happens when you have to learn things for your job and then decide that you might as well go for the certification to have something to show for it... (Well, though the MCTS's - yes, plural - are more the other way around, learning something because I was bored and suddenly finding that my company has a use for them...)
 
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Yeah that is pretty much how I feel about them. Do first on the job then document with a cert.

If you don't mind my asking, in what ways did the SCEA help your abilities as a developer and your general employability? I am thinking about that one next. I have some experience with application design, and feel that SCEA will force me to hone those skills and will support my remaining in a lead design/management role.

The material for the MCTS was so bad I think I am going to drop it. Plus I really don't work in .Net anymore. The documentation was lousy, and I often found myself with a longing for Java.
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