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SCJP 5 certification or hibernate

 
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I have 3 yrs of experience in java, jsp and after that had few yrs of break. Now I am planning to work.
Now which one helps me to get a job? taking scjp 5 exam or Learning hibernate?

please advice.


 
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Welcome to JavaRanch!

It depends on what you know. Do you know core Java well? That is a pre-requisite for any Java job.
 
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I knew core java well. I need H1b sponsorship also. (Currently I am in H4 status but I have a approved H1b with another company.). Do you know any companies sponsoring H1b for a 3 yr Java developer.
 
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