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I passed SCBCD last week. Already done SCJP and SCWCD. I was wondering which cert. exam should I take next. I have 2 years of experince in j2EE industry. Do not know if SCEA should be next step or some product certification ie weblogic build / portal or may be xml or something.
Please give me ur inputs.

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Amit.
 
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How about doing that SCJD & while waiting for your results, get on with SCDJWS? At least thats what I'm planning to do if I clear SCBCD later (11 hours time).
 
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Can you please pass on some details about "XML Engineer (Software AG)" ?

Maybe thats a good option after giving your SCJP,SCWCD and SCBCD.

Sonal
 
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Its an XML certification offered by Software AG. Just like IBM has their own XML certification.

Software AG has a product call Tamino server which is an XML database. Those that you could store XML instances directly without any conversion.
 
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