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SCBCD 5.0 or SCDJWS

bhushan rv
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Joined: May 18, 2008
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Please guide me for which certification should i go based on the current and future application and demand perspective.
Please provide me study material refernces for the certifications and good reference sites for development too.
Thanks
[ May 18, 2008: Message edited by: bhushan rv ]
Remko Strating
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Joined: Dec 28, 2006
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Depends on your own ambitions and perspectives.

I have chosen to do SCDJWS because I can use this knowledge for my customers by integrating different systems. Enterprise Java Beans is not necessarily for my current developing , but I will do this after SCDJWS.


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bhushan rv
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Joined: May 18, 2008
Posts: 2
Originally posted by bhushan rv:
Please guide me for which certification should i go based on the current and future application and demand perspective.
Please provide me study material refernces for the certifications and good reference sites for development too.
Thanks

[ May 18, 2008: Message edited by: bhushan rv ]


Can you tell me some good books with respective to certification and development for beginners .
Jesus Angeles
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Joined: Feb 26, 2005
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It took me 1.5 month to pass scbcd 5 (EJB 3 by Burke/Haefel). It took me 6 months to pass SCDJWS (lots of materials, approximately 10 books, so the scope is like 10 times of scbcd 5).

Some companies are slow in picking up ejb 3 because their infrastracture has already taken other alternatives to ejb 2, like spring/hibernate. New development are most likely going to use ejb 3.

It depends on what kind of applications your company will be doing. For sure, they will have a business and entity layer (ejb, etc.). Web services (scdjws) is used by companies only when it needs to do internal or external decoupling or interfacing, especially with other kinds of platforms like dot net.

XML is well involved in web services. Therefore, if you do scdjws, you get to learn this popular technology (found everywhere, from ajax, to web services, to cellphone data protocols).
 
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