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Movem up a notch..??

Ted Palmer
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Joined: Dec 02, 2002
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I passed the test for Sun Certified Programmer for the Java 2 Platform 5 years ago. Does that get me move up a notch in role titles?

Greenhorn doesn't really bother me that much since I have yet to get a job as a Java programmer so I have no commercial experience in the language. But thanks in part to the help I got right here on the Java Ranch I did pass the test. Now that I'm seeing a little more demand for Java programmers around here in St. Louis, maybe I'll actually be able to get a job as a Java programmer without experience in Spring, Hibernate, and a dozen or so other Java frame works. It could happen.

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