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SCBCD or SCDJWS..? what certification to choose..?

 
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Hi...
I've done my WCD a few days back, and i now want to do a certification in an advanced course.
The options i have are SCBCD(EJB 3.0) and SCDJWS(web services).

I am really new to EJB's and i dont even know what is a web service. Since I'm in a maintenance project now, I find sufficient time to really prepare well and do a certification.

I've seen the same question asked in the same site, but its like 3 years back...so please dont map this qn. to that topic. I think things have changed a lot since then.

Waht I heard, and really dont know if that was correct, that better to skip EJB for SPRING...Is that really right...if that is the case, then i would skip SCBCD.

Can some one please guide me to decide which certification to choose, keeping in mind the present situation, and days to come...

Heard, web services is the future...in some sence...which i really dont know....

please help me in this.

Thanks,
Ravi.
 
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If you interest EJB 3 and JPA take SCBCD 5, if you interest Java Web Services take SCDJWS.
It is easy to choose . If you don't know what is your interest, find it first.
 
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Hi...
Thanks for the reply.
I really havent started working on either EJB or Web Services. Infact, I really dont know what is what.
I just want to go by industry demand. What do you recommend to go for...keeping in mind the present situation, and the type of changes to come in the technology.
 
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