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I figure the title speaks for itself, but still. I know there's now the mad scramble to get recertified since they're retiring the 3.5 exams, but has anyone taken the new WebSphere AS 4.0 exam (488) yet? I'd like to know how it compares to the mock that IBM has on their server.
Also.... something that confuses me given JCert and IBM - does 488 count for *both* Level II and Level III? There's only one WebSphere AS exam now, as opposed to two earlier ones, or are they lining up Visual Age 4.0 as the only option at Level II?
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Originally posted by Theodore Casser:

There's only one WebSphere AS exam now, as opposed to two earlier ones, or are they lining up Visual Age 4.0 as the only option at Level II?
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Bah! Bah I say!
Well, guess that means I have to learn a new product then... (I was using JBuilder at my old job.)
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