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Hi,
Anybody done any of the JBoss certifications. It looks like the Spring set up where you need to have sat a training course before doing the cert.
For example:
https://www.redhat.com/certification/jbcd_persistence/

Anyone confirm this or shed any light?

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I don't see anything at their site that says you have to take the class. They certainly seem to offer a class that covers the requirements, but I think it's not a prerequisite from anything I saw.
 
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Theodore Casser wrote:I don't see anything at their site that says you have to take the class. They certainly seem to offer a class that covers the requirements, but I think it's not a prerequisite from anything I saw.


Thanks.
Has anyone done them?
 
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