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After SCJP, what next?

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Question for Kapil and all:
I've found many resources to help me prepare for the SCJP exam.
Now I am looking for preparation materials for other Java certifications.
Kapil, What does WhizL@bs have along these lines? Devloper? Architect?
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Dear Ken,
Thanks for your query.
Whizlabs has a presence after SCJP. I am sure you must be aware about SCWCD (Web Component Developer Certification). We believe that Java being highly strong on server side, any J2EE certification will have a rewarding and long lasting future. SCWCD is no exception to this. Currently it's one of the hottest IT Certifications in the industry.
Towards this end, we launched SCWCD@Whiz - SCWCD Certification Test Simulator, in the first week of last month and we received overwhelming response not only for the quality of our product but also for being the first to the market.
We do have Test Simulator for IBM XML Certification � XML@Whiz. Similar to J@Whiz ans SCWCD@Whiz, XML@Whiz has also been a great success.
We are also developing JCert@Whiz - BEA-Weblogic Certification Test Simulator.
But we currently don�t have any product for SCJD and SCEA.
Our eyes are open for any new Java Certification
Please visit our website to know more about us.
Warm regards and best wishes
Kapil Nakra

[This message has been edited by Kapil Nakra (edited October 09, 2001).]
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