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Weblogic Certif vs. SCEA

faiza haris
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How can i compare Weblogic Certification with the SCEA in terms of future market demand and benefits.
Please help
Win Yu
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is there any website for Weblogic Certification.

faiza haris
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I need to know which one has more market value???
faisal mahmood
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Joined: Nov 30, 2000
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Originally posted by faiza haris:
I need to know which one has more market value???

I think it really depends on how much experience you have. To become an architect you need to have a lot of experience. So, just by doing SCEA will not give you an architect job. The knowledge you gain from SCEA is really valuable and is always applicable anywhere wheather you use J2EE or not.
On the other hand Weblogic is a product just like any other software and it has competitors. Now it may have demand but may not be in near future. iPlanet certification is just released from Sun Microsytems few days ago - who knows how popular it will be - we will see? Websphere is another. If the current job was not so bad, I would have said doing vendor certification will get you a job easily than SCEA unless you have extensive experience.
Eric Ma

Joined: Nov 21, 2001
Posts: 16 has some WLS certification prep material.
I agree. Here's the link:
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