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which certification to continue with !!

 
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Hi All,

Could any of you guide me choosing which certification exam to take next.

I had 1.5 yrs of java production support experience and since this may month I made up my mind to move to Java development domain and hence completed scjp 1.4 and scwcd and finally managed to get a deveopment job now.

Now my preception is that the EJB's relate to Server side programming and JSP & Servlets relate to client side programming.

Actually my core dream is become a highly qualified technician in a high end technoloies like web services[not sure of which is hottest domain], SOA, etc..

Currently I am not sure of which certification would help me to align with my goal. Kindly can the ranchers give me a direction to proceed with my career and interest.

Rgds,
Madhu K
[ October 16, 2007: Message edited by: K Madhu ]
 
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JSP & Servlets relate to client side programming.


Wow. And you have SCWCD ? Where do you think JSP and Servlets reside ?

my core dream is become a highly qualified technician in a high end technoloies like web services


There's a certification for Web Services. You can check the SCJWSD forum.
 
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Which person told you that jsp/servlets belong to the client side? I guess you already have an SCWCD certificate

If jsp/servlets belong to client side, then EJB's also belong to client side.
[ October 15, 2007: Message edited by: Jothi Shankar Kumar Sankararaj ]
 
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How did you secured 88% in SCWCD 1.4 ?
 
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By client side, what I have meant is the that jsp/servlets will be producing client viewable outputs i.e) html format output to browser.
However the ejb would be only residing on server and performing the business logic- which is not viewable to client.

With respect to the Jsp and Servlets, I have not mean the physical location of the componets residing and if I am wrong in this context please correct me for the same.
 
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