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I have just completed scjp with 88%.

I have experience in developing web apps using ASP 3.0 and C# & ASP .Net.
I also have experience in developing apps using C++.

Now I looking forward to learn Java as my company is moving towards open source and all web apps will be moved to STRUTS.

Now I have a big confusion over here... I am not able to decide which one should I start first SCWCD or SCBCD.

Please help me decide.


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Sorry moderator's.. I am posting this in both the forums.
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Both should be fine. I completed both SCJP followed by SCBCD and now planning to take up SCWCD before next month.

If you have basic knowledge of Servlets/JSP then take up SCWCD or else if you have any idea on EJB take up SCBCD.

OK probabaly most of the professionals prefer SCJP, SCWCD and SCBCD order. It's totally up to you to decide.

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