HEY GUYS WILL SOME BODY PLEASE TELL ME THE ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES OF DOING SCJP FROM IBM OR ORACLE PLATFORM PLEASE I NEED IT BECAUSE I HAVE TO DECIDE SOON WHICH PLAT FORM TO CHOOSE REGARDS DENISH
Denish, I am presently working on mine through Oracle. I don't know if there is a difference between which vendor you get the scjp through. I imagine it depends on what type of database you'll be working with. I'm an OCP that's why I'm getting mine through Oracle. Paul,
Java Certification from Sun is more recognized in industry I think. XML certification from IBM is getting famous now-a-days. regds maha anna
posted 18 years ago
HI THANX A LOT BOTH MAHA AND PAUL BUT I AM STILL A BIT CONFUSED
1)IS THERE ANY DIFFERENCE IN THE STUDY MATERIAL OF THE SCJP OF TWO TRACKS?? 2)ARE THERE ANY LIMITATIONS ON GIVING TEST FROM EITHER ONE PLATFORM, WHAT I MEAN IS THAT IF GET CERTIFIED FROM ORACLE PLATFORM WILL I BE NOT ABLE TO WORK ON SOME TECHNOLOGIES OF JAVA OR ANYTHING ELSE?? 3) IS THERE ANY OFFICIAL WEBSIT(e.g SUN OR ORACLE WHERE I CAN GET MORE INFO?? I WOULD APPREICIATE YOUR RESPONSE ANY BODY???
denish, just as a netiqutte type of thing, when you type in all caps, that is read as you are screaming at us. In forums, you should only use all caps when you really do want to scream and get your point across. As for websites, go to java.sun.com to get more info from sun. Bill
posted 18 years ago
Thanx Bill I will keep your tip in mind And thanks Maha Anna a lot for your mail to me Regards Denish
Sun Certified Java Programmer through either Oracle or IBM are equavalent to the certificate directely from Sun. You will get the same certificate. The difficulty of the exam is at the same level and exam questions selected from the same library. So, Don't worry about where you register for the exam. The only difference is you may see some more exam agreements from both Sun and Oracle/IBM. Just click "yes". BTW, as long as you get SCJP, it can be used for both Oracle and IBM. Don't have to take a second one! Good luck!
Originally posted by Tony Alicea: If it's Java Certification you're looking for, then it's Sun's that counts the most.