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Hi Dear Friends,
I have done SCJP2 & SCWCD. Now I m going for SCEA (Sun Certified Enterprise Architect). After this I m planning to change my field from programming to Networking temporarily. After doing a networking course I shall come back towards the programming side because my actual field is Programming. Now I want to take a suggestion from you people whether I do "MCSE" or "CCNA". My own opinion is to do CCNA, now please tell me your opinion.
Waiting for your reply.
Noman Iqbal (SCJP2 & SCWCD).
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I dont know whether you just want a certification (to add in your resume)or u r doing certification for knowledge.
MSCE is for system admin kind of job like creating user profiles groups and giving them access rights, maintaining databases etc
CCNA and CCNP is for configuring routers , establishing security , firewalls etc more of a networking kind of thing
Well as far as programming is concerned MCSE will be better for you as because you can utilize its knowledge in programming but knowledge of configuring routers may be not helpful in your programming part
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