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What Certification to choose after scjp Please reply in detail

 
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hi friends,
i have completed my scjp 1.4 with 93%.
I am wondering what to do next.
I m having exp of 1 year 3 months in core java programming and web applications.
dont know about struts or jsp/servlets much and want to go towards learning EJB.
I dont have experience on EJB. so should i drop consideration for scbcd..???
Please guide me what to do next...scbcd or scwcd.
preparing for scbcd will let me know about ejb .while scwcd is not goign to help me much in my professional career.
So please tell me which one has more professional importance and which one to choose out of two.
Thanks and regards
Biren Shah
scjp 1.4 93%
 
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Well, judging based on what you wrote, I'd suggest leaning towards the SCBCD if you're already inclined in that direction. I imagine you can make a career out of either choice, and that it depends greatly on what you're looking for down the road.
 
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