I used the abbreviation "OCEJEE6JSFD" in creating this forum because that's the "track id" in Oracle's URL. But I can't imagine people will actually call it that. Post here when you see the acronym that people actually start using.
Thanks for creating new forum for JSF and creating awareness of JSF Cert.
About a while ago, I did searched Oracle website to find JSF certification details but none was listed there.
Nice to know Oracle is back with JSF certification. Sun use to have this Certification earlier.
JSF is difficult to learn [ I did one website project using JSF and I found JSF difficult as compared to Struts 2 and Spring , btw, Struts2 is my favourite framework among these front end frameworks of Java, I love Struts 2] .
Oracle certified Java 8 Programmer I (1Z0-808), Oracle Java Web Service Developer (1z0-897), Oracle certified Java 7 Programmer, SCJA 1.0, SCJP 5.0, SCWCD 5.0, Oracle SQL Fundamentals I, CIW Certified Ecommerce specialist
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