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If anyone has comments on the value of the JCert track, I would greatly appreciate their comments. Is the the Sun Certified Java Developer part of the JCert? I am a SCJP and would like to continue forward in the Java Realm and was wondering which direction to take.
Also, I was wondering where to go to find material to study for the UML and OOAD portion of the JCert certificaiton?
 
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Unfortunately, no - the developer's exam isn't part of jCert. Beyond the first level exams, you shift over to vendor-specific exams (such as WebSphere or JDeveloper at the next level).
As for OOAD-UML, IBM has a list of suggested resources for studying at http://www-4.ibm.com/software/ad/certify/edu486a.html.
Hope that helps!
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Theodore Jonathan Casser
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IBM Certified Specialist - WebSphere Application Server, Std. Ed, V3.5
 
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