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Do I need to do it?

 
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Hello Seema,

If I am already done with other certifications like, scjp, scwcd, scbcd and scea. Does it make any sense for me to take this exam?

Will it help me in any ways?

Regards,
Tiro
 
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Hi,
If you already have all those certification , you really don't need SCJA...its only basic knowledge about J2EE & J2ME...

arno
ps: i know im not Seema Manivannan ;-)
[ July 18, 2006: Message edited by: Arno Reper ]
 
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If you already have all those certifications, then you do not need to consider SCJA. SCJA just tests the basics of all the technological and programming aspects. It would be ideal for students / novices to Java.

Best Wishes,
Seema
 
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