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Help needed to decide whether to prepare for SCWCD 1.5

 
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I just passed SCJP 1.6 on 18th Jan, I was wondering if the SCWCD 1.5 exam will be upgraded to 1.6 in accordance to the new Servlet, JSP etc specs

should i just prepare in general and wait till the SCWCD is upgraded for Java EE 6?

I am a student in my pre-final year, so i am in no hurry to complete certifications, I can wait one more year to give SCWCD.

what do you people advice?
 
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Check this thread. But if you are in no hurry, you could just wait and see how it evolves.
 
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So may i expect SCWCD to be updated? 4 months from now?
 
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Rohan,

If you are an IT major, I think you should take the exam.
You should also think about doing some free programming.
Join a couple of open source projects and get some practical experience.

In todays job market it is hard to get a job out of college.
The open source project would give you experience.
The experience translates into a higher salary.

You should definately create a couple of web sites that can showcase your experience with web programming.
A few web sites that have your name on them are a good business card. The employer can just pull up your web site to see what you have done.


 
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thnx for the advice Joe, i will keep studying and practicing servlets and jsp and other java web technologies, and i guess i will wait till the current SCWCD is upgraded.

now i am gonna run off to sourceforge or googlecode
 
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Rohan kanade wrote:thnx for the advice Joe,


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Hello Joe,

You have suggested to join Open Source projects, where can I find such projects. Please guide me. I want some experience in Web Component Development.

Thanks in advance.
 
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