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How Good Is JCert?

 
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Hi:
I heard Oracle offer a developer track: Sun programmer -> Oracle Developer (two more exams: ibm 486 + oracle one) -> Oracle Enterprise developer (two more: ibm 483 + oracle one). Since they combine Java, Oracle, and IBM, so I suppose they are pretty good. Any comment on them?
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hi,
im not very sure of the oracl developer exams but ibms test 483, 486 and 488 are really worth it... in fact.. the jcert track gives you a varied exposure.. and credibility in the market..
u must go ahead with the enthu and confidence.. its really worth it..
all the best
rony
 
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Thanks for the information! I think I will go for IBM 486, then after passing another vendor exam, I will become JCert level 2, besides, I will be good enough at UML to complete my scea assignment.
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I heard a lot of good things about JCert. It has great maarket value as a career.
 
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