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"Shifting to EJB From Core Java"..is it possible ..pls comment

 
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Hi Gurus,
I am presently working in Core Java from last two years.
Also did my SCJP 1.4 recently.

Now am little confused, whether to go for SCJD or SCBCD.

As far as the Job market is considered in India it seems there is more scope for SCBCD.
But since I have experience ony in core java , will it help to do a certification in SCBCD.
In the sense will I be able to shift to EJB and will my be considered ?

Thanks in advance.

Pls reply
 
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SCBCD will be a good choice compared SCJD if you are planning to move to the enterprise java arena soon and expecting to use EJB in your programming. With the SCJP and the Head first EJB and the javaranch forum should help u prepare for the SCBCD exams
 
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I am sure SCBCD is the good choice. I will recommend the SCBCD Study Kit for the preparation. For more information, check out:
www.manning.com/sanghera
 
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