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what is the value of SCWCD in the job market ?
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Sometimes, in the journey of life, its not always about a job or money. I know they are essential for life, but don't marry your life to those....just do it for fun.
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The preparation process is more valuable than the certification itself. Of course, it is just my opinion.
I was developing commercial JSP telecom applications, I've a website totally developed with servlet/JSP/XML etc. However, when I started to prepare the test, I found out I still needed to learn so much...
The preparation process is invaluable to me. The good thing of preparing this kind of test is you don't need a big chunk of time, answer one question, write one small piece of code, read one class' API, read one paragraph from spec...
Since I've a clear goal in mind, the small things will add-up...
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