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Guide me to do or not..

 
Mohamed Asique
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I am currently a Java Developer Trainee in a start up level company in bangalore for a period of six months...I'm B.E. professional in Electronics & Communication Engineering..Since I was not from IT academic,I was not upto most in Java.So,for my next carrer move,I need to have SCJP certification or my experience is enough..

 
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Well, the answer is... it is completely up to you.

Remember, the certification is not the real goal. The goal is to get up to speed, and good at, using Java -- which in turn, helps you do your job better, or maybe get you a better job. For some, a mini-goal like getting the certification, can give incentive to study and to do stuff, so it may be a good. So, if you are that type of person, who need incentive to study, then consider getting the cert.

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Thanks dude...for your genuine opinion..I thought of doing SCJP because of getting stuff in java-- but we can Shine!! by working out hard & updating daily by gaining knowledge via learning through internet..I'm corect
 
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And welcome to JavaRanch
 
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