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scjp1.4(91%)- which is better scwcd / scdjws

 
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hi every one,

i am krishna,india.

first, let me congratulate all of you , moderators & active participants for your excellent knowledge sharing.
i would like to take active part in javaranch forum. please accept me into your javaranch family.

i have passed scjp 1.4 with 91%, recently.i am planning for my next exam.i would like to master in WEB SERVICES. can any body suggest me which is better to go SCWCD / SCDJWS (interms of "ease of preparation","certification demand","duration of preparation").

looking for your suggestions.......

thanks in advance
krishna
 
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Hello Krishna,
I know nothing about SCDJWS, not even the summary. However, I'm studying for SCWCD and its objectives don't say anything about web services. It is focused on: servlets, filters, JSP, EL, custom/simple tags, and some design patterns.
Some of the concepts that are included in SCWCD may be also important for web services, but WS are completly out of the SCWCD scope.
I believe that if you are aiming to master in web services development you should prepare for SCDJWS, and it must be some "head first SCDJWS" book out there.
Regards.
 
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Please change your publicly displayed name to satisfy the JavaRanch naming policy.

Please do not post the same question in more than one forum. Now there is a duplicate post in the SCDJWS forum.

Please see topic SCWCD or SCDJWS - Seeking Advice.
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