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Certification Expiry Question?

rajneesh saroj
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Joined: May 30, 2008
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hi to all the ranchers, I had done SCJP5.0(19th August 2008),SCWCD5.0(27th July 2009) Is it necessary for me to go for SCJP6.0 since it is the latest one??
If a person has done a certification and a newer version comes then is it necesarry to go for that version or he is still certified??



Pramod P Deore
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Joined: Jul 15, 2008
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If a person has done a certification and a newer version comes then is it necesarry to go for that version or he is still certified??


No need to go for latest version, you are sill certified.


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Lucas Smith
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but in this particular version


SCJP6, SCWCD5, OCE:EJBD6.
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Ankit Garg
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Lucas Smith wrote:but in this particular version

Is this a complete statement?? Anyways, Rajneesh sun certifications don't expire, so you don't have to worry...


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