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Sankar Th
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Joined: Jul 09, 2012
Posts: 9
Hi ,

I've cleared OCMJEA certification. Shall I put OCMJEA in my Signature and resume with out completing Mandatory training ? Please clarify.

Thanks,
Sankar
Joss Armstrong
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Joined: Jul 29, 2004
Posts: 17
Congratulations!
Do you mind if I ask how long the assignment part took you to complete?


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Sankar Th
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Joined: Jul 09, 2012
Posts: 9
Thanks. I took around 1.5 months to complete my assignment. I have read the assignment couple of times to understand that in detail. I did come up with an initial draft with my first level of understanding. After that, I did keep fine tuning / revising my solution about 3 to 4 times.

Regards,
Sankar
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Sankar Th wrote:Hi ,

I've cleared OCMJEA certification. Shall I put OCMJEA in my Signature and resume with out completing Mandatory training ? Please clarify.

Thanks,
Sankar

Would you put it in your resume without the training? It's up to you.


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Joss Armstrong
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Sankar Th wrote:Thanks. I took around 1.5 months to complete my assignment. I have read the assignment couple of times to understand that in detail. I did come up with an initial draft with my first level of understanding. After that, I did keep fine tuning / revising my solution about 3 to 4 times.

Regards,
Sankar


Thanks Sankar - still working on my initial draft here!
Mihai Lihatchi
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Joined: Oct 28, 2005
Posts: 138

Well I got my SCEA 5 in 2010 just before the Oracle changes to mandatory training
It is probably not 100% correct to require a training for people that can pass the certification. The training should provide real value for the future Java architect by itself.
Although few people actually checked whether I was indeed Sun Certified Enterprise Architect or not .. most just did their own technical tests during the interviews.
So it is fair to declare you passed the requirements for Oracle Certified Master Enterprise Architect .. not that you are . Maybe it is a lie by omission but in this case it sounds fair and you can explain that the training did not provide value.


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