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Suggest a certification for 3 Years of experience in J2EE - Designer Role

 
Ramesh Jothimani
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Hi,
I have a total of 3 Years of experience in J2EE Development (Struts,EJB & Hibernate). I have not done any certifications so far.I am currently in process of being a project designer and working in Chordiant Framework.Please suggest which certification can I go with ?

OCJP or JEE Architect or anyother ? Kindly suggest.

Thanks.
 
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You can only try Architect once you have the OCPJP certificate. Even so, it's a good idea to get Expert in Web Components or EJB or JPA before going for Architect.
 
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Dieter Quickfend wrote:You can only try Architect once you have the OCPJP certificate.

No. Architect is the only Java Cert that doesn't require you to take the OCPJP.

That said, I think three years is enough Java experience to take the OCMJEA.
 
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Why do you want to pursue a certification? Doesn't your experience stand alone?
 
Ramesh Jothimani
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Mike Blaszczak wrote:Why do you want to pursue a certification? Doesn't your experience stand alone?


Agreed. But sometimes Certification is requested during Role Switch and Job switchover. So I want to keep myself prepared for that and I want to expertise in some specific area with a proof.
 
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