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regarding java certifications & improving programming skills

 
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I have completed SCJP 1.4 and SCWCD1.4 certifications but still i am not very confident about my programming skills.Instead of taking higher level certifications like SCJD i would like to take some basic java/j2ee certifications only that are provided by say ibm,soa etc doing which i can improve working skills.
if any body has any info on this please reply.
 
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I have not tried it myself, but http://javablackbelt.com/ seems a fun way to improve one's skills a bit.
 
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