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Hi,i completed Scjp with 91% score.Iam a Student and didn't had any experience on Real time coding.Iam intrested in another Certification that can look descent and unique on Resume and It can be another Vendor like Microsoft,RedHat...

Can I try some papers of .net,Is it acceptable as both technologies are debatable and revalry,some say market is satureated with Java Programmers, the future is for .net and Microsoft Certification looks good.What ever it is,Iam without any coding Experience.

please guide me.
 
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Ramya,

I can empathize your confusion over .net and java. Well actually you have to know something is that you have studied for java and cleared the scjp exam which means that you are good at oops concepts. With this in mind, I guess that it won't be much difficult for you to get accoustomed to other oops technologies like C#.net. In my office there are serious projects going on in both the areas(.net and java) and I had to interact with both the teams and accidentally I had to carry out a module in C# and initially I got afraid but later when I took the book to study, I was able to finish it in 2 days with just some additional concepts that I had to know (like delegates and operator overloading) and I started working in C# without any problems. I realized how much knowing java helped me in C#.

Later I understood that the demand will be for people who knows newer technologies and to my knowledge knowing java or .net should be the basic thing. So I would suggest you to go for WCD rather than pondering on .net.
[ January 18, 2007: Message edited by: Jothi Shankar Kumar Sankararaj ]
 
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