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IBM 488 or 489?

 
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i know that 488 is more on developer side and 489 is more on admin side. i am more like a programmer, and will still be one in the near future. I am wondering what certificate i shd go. my job does not need any ejb technology, though i know quite a bit about it. I use JSP/JDBC extensively. We use Websphere AS as jsp server.
is 489 easier than 488?
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Test 488 looks very much in line with your current profile.
 
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