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SCBCD vs. SCEA

 
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Howdy ranchers,
I am thinking about picking up another Sun certification(already have an SCJP) early this year I'm not sure which I should pursue.
SCBCD vs. SCEA
I realize that SCBCD is more specific to EJB and SCEA is more general to overall architecure but there appears to be quite an overlap regarding J2EE and EJB specifically.
Therefore I was wondering if anyone who has taken either exam would like to give me some input regarding which I should take.
Thank you for you time.
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Hi Travis,
Please consult the following topics that discuss your question:
How is this different from SCEA
SCBCD Vs SCEA Part I
You might find more resources if you do a search in this forum.
[ December 22, 2003: Message edited by: Valentin Crettaz ]
 
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