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Hello all ranchers,
I passed the SCJP 5.0 exam tree days ago, sun mailed me about my data to be verified, I verified the data in certmanager.com and I was told the the certificate will be sent to me. That's about the paper certification, but, how could I get the logo to put it in my resume?, it seems like candidates from outside US & Canada have a different way to gain the logo? I'm from Egypt. Can anybody help me?
Thanks in advance.
[ January 27, 2007: Message edited by: Remon Sherin ]
 
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I'll be glad if anybody could help me.
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http://logos.sun.com/logosite.jsp?Category=sunuse&Logo=corp-main&Page=download


First register yourself then you will get the password through mail.
 
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And how do i register?
 
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