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need help in deciding whether to do SCBCD or SCWCD

 
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hi guys,

i just did my SCJP 1.5 and passed with a score if 68%. i want to pursue my studies further in the java technology. can anyone suggest which exam i should take next. should i do SCBCD or SCWCD? what will give me a added advantage if you look at todays job market? i do not have any experience in the J2EE enviroment. so could any one suggest some good books to read for the exam that i should take.

thank you
 
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I'd suggest that you go for the SCWCD exam first - relatively easier than SCBCD (IMHO) and plus, on a project where EJBs are being used, Servlets+JSPs would most probably also be being developed/maintained but the reverse may not be true.

Good luck!

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hmm two posts madam/sir.
 
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It depends on which field you're most interested in. If you want to learn more about servlets and JSP, go for SCWCD. If you want to know more about ejb, go for SCBCD.
 
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