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Hi all

I am currently on job hunt after a break of almost 9 years. I am planning to do java certification to help me in my job hunt. I have only 1 year work experience(9 years before) that too not in java field. Which certification is the best for me(as a beginner) ?
Also can you please suggest me books for completing the certification.

Thanks in advance.
 
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Hello Namrata,

Welcome to the Ranch!

These are the authors for the books I see mentioned more often for the
Java certification:

Jeanne Boyarsky & Scott Selikoff
Mala Gupta
Khalid Mughal & Rolf Rasmussen

Good Luck!

 
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Welcome again

Also Kathy Sierra and Bert Bates' book.

I think this thread merits more attention in our Jobs forum.
 
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