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Dont know if I should give this Certification

 
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Hi
I have just completed SCWCD and I have completed all other certifications other than this one. I cannot decide if I should go in for SCBCD or do a Microsoft.NET Certification.
I have worked on EJBs before so I should not have a problem with doing this, but on the other hand I should get a Certification in something differnt too ( so the .NET Certification) I have been working on .NET for a while now, and I know that is can be a real pain at times specially the close connection between Visual Studio.NET and the .NET Runtime.
So what should I do :-(
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I have an opinion on this:
you have to choose between .NET and J2EE. Since the two tecnologies are complex, and kinda deal with the same problems, I think it's better to choose one and stick with it, since both are very time demanding to learn and get experienced with. Since you got already some experience with Java and a lot of certifications, maybe it's time to make an important decision.
Good luck on that.
 
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