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Hi All


I am pretty new here, and was going through rest of those posting... Interesting.. but with some serious career doubts in mind, as I read I became more and more doubtful !!

I am a SCJP, with around 3 years IT exp., out of which at least one year I was with Java. Apart from language, I am quite confident in normal web technologies like HTML, Scripting and fundamentals like SSAD, OOAD, bit of Oracle, C, C++ etc. Funny part is in the beginning of this year I was working with EJB for a couple of months and still not very confident on EJB and no idea about XML !!



I am basically from India now with a client in Europe, but the technology involved in work is so poor that I think I will cease to be a typist at this rate !! Now due to some technical reasons I do not think I can try in US Market for another 10 months !! I want to tune myself by that time to the best.. What should I do ? A SCJD ? SCJA ? Or .... I am lost !!


Thanx in advance !


jAsh - ( I loves to see myself with Java always... So this nick ! )
 
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