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SCJD or Jcert

 
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I've just cleared SCJP and I am thinking which path should I go?
Can someone give me suggestion?
SCJP -> Test486 of IBM -> ..... (details in www.jcert.org)
SCJP -> SCJD -> Sun Cert Architect ..
 
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It seems JCert is a new path for Java certification but
there are not many people seeking this way. Sun's certification
is well-known and it's enough to be good reference when you
seek Java jobs. I think JCert will be the future way for Java
certification. Actually you only need to get through IBM's UML
test and plus sun'd SCJD then you can get VCSD and VCED.
So go ahead for Sun's certifications.
 
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