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Is CDC Technology in the SCMAD exam?

 
Giovanni De Stefano
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Hi guys,
I just read the objectives of the SCMAD exam, I haven't seend anything related to CDC, everything seems to be about CLDC and MIDP...

It is also true that I am new to J2ME but I might get a job where I will be using the CDC technology (top-boxes and stuff). I thought that having the SCMAD on my resume would have been a good thing but if there is nothing about CDC I wonder if it will be worth it or not.

What do you guys think?

Thank you in advance.
Giovanni
 
Ransika deSilva
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Hi,
CDC is not in the exam objectives. You are correct, it is all about CLDC and MIDP.
For the other question, well it depends, for me even though I have to do CDC related stuff, I would still preffer to have the SCMAD qualification under my belt cause what I want to be is a mobile developer, doens't matter whether it is CLDC or CDC, both come under the mobile developments. This is stirctly my view.

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Giovanni De Stefano
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Thank you Ransika,
I totally agree with you, I already decided to study for SCMAD, I just wanted to make sure to know what I was going to face.

I am taking some Java certifications because I hope it will help me to get a job here in the US.

Thanks again for your reply.

Giovanni
 
Ransika deSilva
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Hi,
According to my knowledge, there is a huge demand for the SCJP professionals in the US, so SCMAD would be surely an added adavantage. Good luck finding a job. cheers...
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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