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Can anybody tell me a graduate from non IT field with ocpjp certification get a job in software industry? If no, then, please can you tell me further certifications requirement details?
 
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We usually discuss that sort of question elsewhere, so I shall move this discussion.
 
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In my personal opinion a graude in IT can not be compared with a person who is just java certified. A graudate is exposed so all aspects of software development. Coding is only one small part of it but a certified person will not be able to get the BIG picture but he will be able to code (I think) if he is that good ... I have seen people with no degree in computer science and quite successful in IT & vice versa. All I can say good luck
 
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