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SCWCD 5.0 ?

 
Amit D. Bhave
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Hi all.

I am a new member of this wonderfull comunity.

I recently passed my SCJP exam with 79% (don't know whether it's good score or a bad one )

And i am currently preparing for scwcd.

I have gone through this forum to find out whether there will be upgradation of SCWCD.I found couple of topics related to that.But still i've got couple of questions unanswered.

Since i opted for scjp 5.0 version, shall i wait for the SCWCD exam to come up with 5.0 version? and anybody having any idea how much time it will take, if at all they come up with upgraded version?

Does it sound odd if i go for scjp 5.0 but SCWCD 1.4? Or it doesn't make any difference at all?

can sombody please answer my queries?
 
Ali Gohar
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There is no update for SCWCD 5.0 so i think you should go for 1.4 version.
 
Arjun Karthick
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Hi,
There will not be any update in the current exam in near future. This is because the new JEE5 has considerable changes in EJBs but there is no major development in web tier except JSF. So it will not sound odd to complete SCJP5.0 and then take SCWCD 1.4 .Carry on with your preparation for SCWCD1.4 All the best.

regards,
Karthick.j.g
 
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The current 1.4 exam is pretty up to date. Go ahead
 
Marc Peabody
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Amit, on the front page of our SCWCD forum, we have links to some really great resources. Among them is the ScwcdFaq, which gives a good response to your question about SCWCD 5.
 
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