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Hi,

Next year i'm planning to pump up my CV a little bit, therefore i want to aquire some certifications.

I already have significant knowledge in the following areas:

-JSE
-JEE
-UML and patterns
-dotNET (mainly theoretical)
-SQL/PLSQL and database administration
-Linux administration

I think it would make sense to focus in these areas, and get a certification for each of them.

My question is the following: I have seen there are plenty of certificates to choose from. I'm a little bit unsure about which one is worth to take, and which not.
So, which are the NO 1 exams to take in these areas?

Thanks
 
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