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I have completed SCJP5.0,Can anybody please tell me,
Now i want to go for application oriented programming,What is the path?
What should i learn?Does it have any certification?
 
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Buy low, sell high.

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Prasad Pohnerkar
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Hey Mark,i didnt understand what you said.....
I want your guidance,please dont make a joke of me,i am new to this technology.
 
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Sorry your topic said "need advice", so I gave you some advice. Maybe a more descriptive topic would have helped.

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I'm curious what you mean by "application oriented programming".

Anyway, if you want to write webapps, the SCWCD exam is a great next step. Learning Hibernate or Spring might be helpful (and Spring does have a cert), but if you're going to be writing webapps the SCWCD will have lots of great knowledge for you.
 
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I am not interested in web development ,so i am taking about applications which are not related with web.
So now what should be the path to develop my programming skills,whether i should go for spring and hibernate ???
Please need suggestions....
 
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OK, So Spring, to me would be easier for you to learn first. Hibernate has a large learning curve.

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Thanks Mark for your opinion...I also wanted to ask,does spring and hibernate have certifications.......
In which certification does the syllabus of spring and hibernate is included...
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At this time there isn't a Hibernate certification. SpringSource, just this week announced the release of Spring 2.5 certification exam.

http://blog.springsource.com/main/2008/09/05/certification-examination-for-spring-25-released/

Mark
 
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