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What now after completing SCJP ?

 
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Please advise me as I think am headed nowhere.

This is my career background (present to past-- in that order)
1.5 yrs exp. and currently working on
[ core banking software 'FlexCube'
Oracle/SQL (would soon appear for paper-1 of OCA)
Business Objects (supervisor,designer,formatting reports)
also thinking of BO certification if required.. ]

Had 6 months exp. on core Java
Recently completed SCJP5.0 with 91%

Have done my Bachelors in Electronics

Given that background, I'm confused as in where should I go and what kind job will best utilize all my skill set.

Currently I'm not working on JAVA but I'd be happy if I get to utilize its knowledge along with other technologies.

I don't know if such kind of job requirement even exists

But recently I heard from my friend about dataware housing.... do i have a hope left ??
[ December 28, 2006: Message edited by: Kalpesh Jain ]
 
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You need to decide what you like to do and then find a place where you can do that.

If you don't currently have the skillset or experience to qualify for that job then work towards gaining the skills or experience.

Someone once said that if you love what you do, you'll never work a day in your life.
 
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Someone once said that if you love what you do, you'll never work a day in your life.



Johnson, you are very right in saying so...

But at present my priorities are different so I've to compromise a bit and don't mind working on any technology as long as it is going to stay there in market for coming 15-20 years and will do good a value addition to me(in terms of both knowledge and package ).

Here all I wanted to know is if there exists any job profile to suite most of my skills that I have gathered so far.
 
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