I do not see a point. I feel the kind of certs you have got should help you get into Java related job if you feel like. But unless you get one, you will just be piling up all these certs and wont get a chance to use the knowledge. Something that does not get used gets wiped out of the memory. I studied C and C++ in college but then did not work on in at all and kept on getting work in Java and now C is just greek to me!
Also once you get a cert people have expectations from you in the interview. One might not be buy the excuse that 'look I did the cert but it was 2 years ago and I don't remember anything'
Instead, if you have got time, do some small projects in Java and JSP-Servlet. It might be very helpful.
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posted 13 years ago
Thanks for reply First I didn�t say I didn�t work with java at all I used to do some projects using java but my work now they need only to develop some website using flash and some times asp or php
Why not java related to the place I am working on (DUBAI) so rear to find people who working with jsp because it expensive or the people who working with technology very few and expensive
So I don�t have to wait 1 year or tow years to get some people working with java
I like java and I would like to come back using it
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