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Hi every body,

I was wondering, if i passed Test 669 - SOA Fundamentals [2008] and Test 667 - Architectural Design of SOA Solutions , do i get IBM SOA Architect as Certification title?
and also i need links and studying materials for these exams

as Bea SOA Architecture certificate that changed to be Oracle SOA Architect Certified Expert,
which certificate more considerable in the market (Oracle SOA Architect Certified Expert or IBM SOA Architect) ?


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Forum members,

Please respond. I am also in a dilemma to go for which one?

Thanks.

 
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For me, I'll look at objectives to decide which one I'll take.

In market, I don't sure, but for an architect, I think certifications are not much important.
 
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just do both certifications
 
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Good one.....
 
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