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Importance of JSRs for the SCMAD exam

 
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Hi All,

I am preparing for SCMAD exam. I would like to know the importance of going through the JSRs for the exam?

I would also like to know the importance of going through the JSRs in Professional career?

Regards,
Mithun
 
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The first part almost certainly belongs in the SCMAD forum instead of this one. As for the second... I think it depends on what course your career is taking, no?
 
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Hi Theodore,

1. There is no dedicated forum for SCMAD so I posted it in this forum.
2. My typical work assignment include Application development? My work doesnt include implementation of specifications given by Sun? Do I need to still read these JSR's?

Thanks,
Mithun

 
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Wow. Tells you how long it's been since I looked closely at the list of certs with their own fora.

With regards to the JSRs, then... I tend to keep abreast of the ones that relate to what I'm working on. The company I'm working for doesn't implement Sun specs either, but I find that it's useful to know the relevant technologies for the space you're working in, and developments that are coming in the near future.
 
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Thanks Theodore for your insight
 
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