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SCWCD or SCBCD

 
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I have just completed scjp with 88%.

I have experience in developing web apps using ASP 3.0 and C# & ASP .Net.
I also have experience in developing apps using C++.

Now I looking forward to learn Java as my company is moving towards open source and all web apps will be moved to STRUTS.

Now I have a big confusion over here... I am not able to decide which one should I start first SCWCD or SCBCD.

Please help me decide.

Regards,

Kailash Shinde
 
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If you are working with Struts, SCWCD will be best for you.
 
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Just curious why you suggested that Marc. I have cleared my SCWCD but do not know anything about STRUTS yet.
Will I find it a little easier?

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Leena
 
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