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Websphere Certification!!!

 
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Do you guys know any website like javaranch for IBM Websphere Certification , IBM VisualAge Java ? Any one preparing for it.
 
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Hey, that's a good idea.
I know some people talked about starting a forum for BEA WebLogic certification. I'm wondering how to start one for WebSphere AppServer certification. I think interests in this topic are growing.
 
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I'm in the process of preparing for the WS certification having just cleared the SCJP (!). There are some roadmaps @ ibm.com. If you search for "certification", you'll find the appropriate material. As you probably already know, for WS certification, you need the SCJP and an OO certification from IBM.
 
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Hi,
The WAS certifications are discussed in the IBM Application Servers forum. One can post all his queries other than XML certifications of IBM in this forum.
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