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SCBCD or SCDJWS ????  RSS feed

 
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Hi Java gurus,

I have completed SCJP and SCWCD5 with good score and took some rest before going to some new certification like SC BCD or JWS certification's.

Can any one tell me which one will be good for my future.

And i have 45 days to have certification in my hand.

Waiting for your suggestions.

Praveen



 
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I would go for BCD, but just an opinion

 
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It all depends on your interest.If you have any plans of doing SCEA then first go for SCBCD and then SCDJWS otherwise if you are doing certification to get job then go for SCDJWS these days SOA market is gaining momentum.
 
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If you have already a good knowledge in JPA, Hibernate, Spring and SQL, I suggest you prepare SCDJWS

 
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Marcos Serrano wrote:I would go for BCD, but just an opinion



Same here.
 
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