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paul wheaton
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Graeme,
Here is an idea for a web page that we could post here some where. It would be cool to have a list of all known certifications related to Java Programming, XML, UML, etc.
What do you think?


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Graeme Brown
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Paul
OK, I will give it a shot. I will use this thread as a scratch pad for any info I find. Everyone else please help out with anything you know of.
Graeme
Graeme Brown
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As a start, here are the certification home pages for all the manufacturers I can think of:
BEA Systems
Hewlett Packard
IBM
Oracle
Sun
Sybase
I know this is JavaRanch, but I suppose we also have to include Microsoft even if it is just so we can razz them.
[ March 07, 2002: Message edited by: Graeme Brown ]
Marcos Maia
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Hi,
I�d like to add a certification to those ones who manage projects:
PMI(Project Management Institute)
This one really adds some power to managers resum�s.
Joseph Hammerman
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www.gocertify.com is a very complete source for certifications in all information systems areas.
Erik Dark
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I just finished the CIW Enterprise Developer track. Which includes SCJP and topics like OOA&D, JDBC, EJB and DOC using CORBA.
Two parts (SCJP and OOA&D) also count towards jCert.
Erik Dark
[ March 15, 2002: Message edited by: Erik Dark ]
Joseph Hammerman
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Most of the certifications out there are in networking, system administration, and DBA. Certification are more established and carry more weight in those areas, although certifications are becoming more popular and important in all areas.
For software developers, the CIW certifications in web development. mentioned earlier are a good possibility. There are a number of lesser certifications than the master level certification mentioned.
IBM has a number of relevant certification discussed on this forum, in Java, XML, and OOP and UML.
Of course MCSD is the most established software development certification, with options in a number of Microsoft languages.
Ashik Uzzaman
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I like Java and so java certs. But i think OCPDBA is a good one also...


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Saravanan Subramanian
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IEEE Computer Society's
Certified Software Development Professional
http://www.computer.org/certification/
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manisha soni
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Originally posted by Erik Dark:
I just finished the CIW Enterprise Developer track. Which includes SCJP and topics like OOA&D, JDBC, EJB and DOC using CORBA.
Two parts (SCJP and OOA&D) also count towards jCert.
Erik Dark
[ March 15, 2002: Message edited by: Erik Dark ]

what is the cost of ciw certifications ?
Ashik Uzzaman
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