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SCWCD and IBM 285

 
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Hi All,

I am a new joinee to this forum ,, and i love reading all the technical discussion happening here.

I have a doubt reg which certification to take, but let me start with my brief profile:
I am SCJP and IBM XML(141) certified.
I don't have any exp in Servlet-JSP or websphere but i am looking for a change of job in around 2 months in J2EE.

since i want to show a J2EE profile, I understand i would be required to study CORE JAVA, SERVLETS-JSP, JDBC, WEBSPERE(as i am showing websphere as my application server), Struts and design patterns.

Also i want to give some relevant certification during this study period.

I figured out that ' SCWCD ' AND ' Web Application Development With IBM Websphere Studio - 285 ' the two most relevant certification for my use.

I would like to have any experts comments on this ,, with how time it would take and also the order in which the certification should be given.
 
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Welcome Anand.

First step to your SCWCD goal would be to a buy a quality book to start with.

I recommend Head First Servlet and Jsp book. Very good book to start with.
Regarding duration for preparation it depends on how much time you can dedicate for learning and working example codes.

All the best.
 
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