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What should be the next step after SCJP. Need guidance.

 
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Hello everyone.
this is vishal here a new member in this community.i wrote SCJP 1.5 two days back and passed the examination with 93%.
Now my doubt is where to go ahead. basically i am in this dilemma because i have been working in Mainframes for last 1 yr and one thing i am clear with is that i can't go on working in production support jobs of mainframe for the rest of life. so me trying to change my technology.
Guidance from exp java professional with will be very helpful for me in deciding which particular technology to pick up and how to go ahead after scjp.

 
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