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Will there be a SCWCD 1.5?

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I am about to take the SCJP 1.4 test. After that I will immediately start studying for the SCWCD test. Does anyone know if there are plans in the coming months for a SCWCD 1.5 test?

Further, if there is such a new test in the making, will SCJP 1.4 people be able to take it (assuming they've assimilated new 1.5 material)? Historically, it seems that should be the case (just like SCJP 1.3 can take the 1.4 SCWCD).

Or, is 1.5 so significantly different that one will be required to first upgrade their 1.4 SCJP to 1.5 (say through a 1.5 SCJP upgrade exam) before taking any new SCWCD?

I hope what I'm thinking about is clear enough. I'm just worried about my SCWCD options after freshly completing the 1.4 SCJP. Thanks.
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SCWCD 15...hmmm...gr8 idea...but where is the fresh specs of JSP or servlets ? or jstl ? they are not yet released...When the specs itself are yet to be releases...where is the question of any servers supporting them...!!! and where will we have the new exams on them...

stay cool and take the exam...
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