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SCEA J2EE 5 version will be expired soon ?

Edward Chen
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Java 8 will be coming next March. Do you know when SCEA J2EE 5 version will be expired soon ? I am planning to take this exam within one year, is it too late ?

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Jeanne Boyarsky
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Edward,
The cert doesn't expire. I think you mean when it will stop being offered.

While Java 8 is coming out soon, Java EE 7 just came out. The SCEA is tied to Java EE version, not the Java version. I haven't heard anything, but I suspect the Java EE 6 cert will be your option when you are ready to take it.


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