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scwcd validity

 
Angela lewis
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I am planning to give SCWCD 1.3 very soon. I want to know does any of the previous versions of any java certification (especially scwcd) ever expire. If I clear SCWCD 1.3 exam now will i be able to use the logo and write myself as SCWCD certified lifelong or will i have to give an upgradation exam after some period of time.
 
Leena Diwan
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Even I would be interested in the answer to this question.

Cheers!
Leena
 
Darren Clarke
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An answer to this can be found here:

http://suned.sun.com/US/certification/faq/#recert
 
Leena Diwan
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Hi Darren,

I had read the page you gave a few days before and I was not getting it to send as an answer to Angela. When I was finding it, I bumped into http://training.sun.com/US/certification/register/certification.html

This made me think if there is an upgrade exam specified, will this be obsolete?

Cheers!
Leena
 
Sivasundaram Umapathy
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Theoretically your certification will never become obsolete.But in reality when the technology (and the version) is no more used,you are forced to take the upgrade exam or a new version of the exam to stay certified.
 
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