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which certification will better for me

 
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hi,

i am completed OCJP6 in nov-2010 now i want go for developer certification(in jsp/servlet or hibernate/spring) so which will be better of me.

and am i eligible for any certification after a long break??

please guide me .

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Hi

i am completed OCJP6 in nov-2010 now i want go for developer certification(in jsp/servlet or hibernate/spring) so which will be better of me.


There is no better one, both paths: Spring/Hibernate and java EE6 are very valuable. It really depends on what you are going to use in the near future that is worthwhile studying for.

I think, if you look at the market, there are more Spring/Hibernate applications around but EE6 has become very popular as well. I guess both frameworks are growing towards each other but the big advantage of EE6 is that it is specification based and not supported by only one vendor. I would personally go for EE6...

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There is no better one, both paths: Spring/Hibernate and java EE6 are very valuable. It really depends on what you are going to use in the near future that is worthwhile studying for.

I think, if you look at the market, there are more Spring/Hibernate applications around but EE6 has become very popular as well. I guess both frameworks are growing towards each other but the big advantage of EE6 is that it is specification based and not supported by only one vendor. I would personally go for EE6...



thanks for reply Frits

can you please give me code for that certification because now a day there is lot of confusion .. please give the name of latest certification name for jsp and servelet.

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can you please give me code for that certification because now a day there is lot of confusion



The EE6 stack currently consists of the following certifications:
1Z0-899 Oracle Certified Expert, Java EE 6 Web Component Developer
1Z0-895 Oracle Certified Expert, Java EE 6 Enterprise JavaBeans Developer
1Z0-898 Oracle Certified Expert, Java EE 6 Java Persistence API Developer
1Z0-897 Oracle Certified Expert, Java EE 6 Web Services Developer

For more information have a look at our ScwcdLinks

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