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Hello,
I want some tips witch certification I should take, I have already take "Java SE 8 Programmer" for 2 years ago. So what is my next step, I want to learn java language deeper also design patterns is interesting.  Any ideas ?
 
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Poyan Gerami,

You can start reading advanced Java concepts like Java EE components (JSP, Servlet, EJB, CDI... etc). There are multiple certifications available to expert in Java EE components.
1. OCE (Oracle Certified Expert) Java EE 6 EJB Developer
2. OCE (Oracle Certified Expert) Java EE 6 JPA Developer
3. OCE (Oracle Certified Expert) Java EE 6 JSF Developer
4. OCE (Oracle Certified Expert) Java EE 6 Web Component Developer
5. OCE (Oracle Certified Expert) Java EE 6 Web Services Developer

Install Tomcat/JBoss and start coding on Java EE components, slowly you can get good knowledge in these areas. No hurry to take OCE Java EE certification till you get good confidence in these areas.
Checkout Java Certification lists here.
 
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thanks for the reply, I have worked some with j2ee , some with ejb 3, different mvc frameworks, not so much with JPA. Worked mostly with spring stack.
So don't want to learn another framework.
 
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