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should i go for the Enterprize architect now (what is the minimum)

 
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hi all

currently i am a J2EE developer with 5 years experience. i am sun certified programmer , sun certified web component developer and sun certified Business compnent developer , i have also basic and good understanding for J2EE web services , what i need to know if i have that minimum should i go for the Architect level or i should wait more .... tell me please .. what do you think
 
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Sounds to me like you're the perfect candidate!
 
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Yes you can go for it. It will be worth experience for you.
 
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