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Certification exam suggestion

 
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hi all,
I will be in the US next month. I have 1.5 years of experince of which 1 year is in Java. I'm sun certified for programming and developing. I have done 2 "servlet-centric" design projects in Java. I don'tve a EJB project experience though :-(.
We have been hearing lots of bad news about the lay-offs in the US though the company i w'd be working for is'nt too worried about it. I'm looking to make my resume look better amidst such gloom so that i can survive. Can you guys suggest some other certification (other than SUN's) which i can work on and which is valued in the US.
thanks in advance,
karthik.
 
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hey man .... tell me about your technical qualification ....
write to me at
rax_india@yahoo.com
i can help you out
 
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