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Suggest me Please.Planing to take this exam

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Hi All,

I am new to webservices.I do not know even basics.

but i am very much interested to learn webservices.

what is the market value , if we complete this certification.

can we get good jobs with good salary?

Please reply to this.
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I suspect it is pointless to ask people here about the usefulness for you - this depends where you live etc.
I suggest you to take a look at job advertisements in the area you live and look for things like "web services" and "system integration" etc.
Personally, I feel that although some of the technology covered by the SCDJWS certification is not very "hot", the mindset encouraged by a service-oriented thinking is beneficial, despite the technology you use in the end. I have not experienced any drawbacks after having gained the knowledge and having passed the certification.
Best wishes!
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