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We're giving away four copies of A Functional Approach to Java: Augmenting Object-Oriented Java Code with Functional Principles and have Ben Weidig on-line!
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Guys pls help me decide and find what should I be doing next ...i mean after SCWCD....

I have always worked on web-apps and I want to stick with Java certifications. I am SCJP and SCWCD certified.

What are the possible options and benefits of each one if possible ?

Web services exam is good, but I have just 2 months of experience on Axis that too a year back. I work on Websphere, maybe Websphere certifictaions can help ? But does anybody even know about IBM certifications, does anybody even care about them, I mean do they even have value out there in job market ??

Would basic level Oracle certifictaion help in anmy manner to me as a Java programmer ? Would that be worth ?

Pks pitch-in your thoughts and ideas...

Thanks !
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