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hi guys i need your help.i want to get a job of java swing developer because i am more inclined towards gui development and i am not that good in logic.i feel i have strong knowledge of swings and jfc.i am confused about certification because i dont know which certification is going to fit my profile.i also want to know what is job profile for java swing deveoper.i am currently doing my Masters in IT.
 
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Well you could try the SCJP. It doe not involve swing but it will help strengthen your core java skills. A swing developer needs to be good at logic as well, just like any other programmer. I would suggest strengthening your web application side, since many java projects work on this area. You will not find too many java based swing projects. They are out there but they are not as many in number as the web applications.
 
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thank you for your reply john.but can you please explain what do you mean by web application side....
 
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I meant programming with servlets, JSP. There are many projects that use java for their web based application.
 
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ohhhhhh thanks john for your valuable time and reply.
 
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Swing is very interesting. Most of standalone applications are developed in swing. I had a chance to work in swing project and it was full of core java and business logic. try it.
 
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