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Developer Cert, Sun, IBM, or Oracle?

 
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Hi,
I finished my Programmer Cert a while back and am now thinking about pushing forward. Does anybody have any opinions on the different developer tracks? Which is most helpful, marketable, time consuming, and whatever else. I spend a good bit of my time in an Oracle environment so I am probably leaning that way right now. Looking for more input. Thanks!
 
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The multi-vendor java certification in my opinion is too new
and I do not know if all of the tests are out yet!
And there are no books any of the tests ( oracle may have
a book or 2 ).
I am sticking to java programmer, java developer and architech
enterprise.
 
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