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Hello Ranchers,

I have passed SCJP and now want to go for next certification.
As per given at Sun web site there are tota; 6 certification above SCJP , means 5 for speciality and SCEA as Advanced.
So the question is that does we must have to follow any hierarchy to select and give next certification or can we select certification
exam randomly(offcourse base on ones own knowledge :rolleyes.

Please Advice.
 
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Hi, mishug

For you next certification, you can choose whatever you want, even SCEA.

You are free to preparate, for whatever cert.

Greetings,
 
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There is no hierarchy as such but a certification may require some understanding of base concepts which are covered in another certification. For example, knowledge of servlets, JSP and related concepts which are covered in SCWCD is required while appearing for SCDJWS.

So its up to you, which certification to opt for.
 
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Thanks Milton and Amit for the clearifications....
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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