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Please post the original SCJD logo if you have it

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I just pass the certification 361/400.
I passed SCBCD a few months ago but I found Sun only offers a generic logo.
I would like to put different logos on my resume, not several same generic logos.
Please post it here if you have the old SCJD logo. Thanks a lot !
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Hi K Huang,

I believe that would not be legal (sorry, don't have the documentation with me here to confirm that though).

In order to get the logo, you had to sign an agreement and send it to Sun. From memory that agreement specified what you could and could not do with the logo. One of the things I believe you had to agree to was that you would not provide the logo to others.

You could try contacting Sun and asking them for a copy of the old logo - I don't think they will have kept it, but you could try.

Regards, Andrew
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