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Dear All,
I want few inputs regarding certification. I am java developer with 2 years of experience in TCS.
From last 2 years I am working on same project(JSP Servlet and Struts ) and I dont find anything new to learn.When I see job openings in current market I dont even find skills matching to my skill set.Major openings are on Portals ,Web servoces ,SOA or Server Administartion.
Inorder to enhance my carrier on this advance technology If I tries to learn this by my own and target certification will I be able to get job or one must have real time project expr on this tech.

I also thought of giving certification on Weblogic Server Administration since I am using this server for development.
Will it be a gud decision for me to go into administration rather into development.
How is the carrier groth in sever administration ?
By just reading(or training ) and clearing certification of server administration will I be able to get the job.

Please give me you are inputs.

Thanks In Advance,
Dip




 
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