if you clear SCJP with good scores then you can clear technical interviews very easily. Having SCJP logo on your CV is definitely adds added value and gives you more chances of your CV getting shortlisted. [ April 26, 2006: Message edited by: Srinivasa Raghavan ]
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posted 14 years ago
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To Jeroen T Wenting, You are right man. I made a mistake with drafting this mail. I have created 2 different drafts of this mail. However in the end, I mixed them. BTW can please guide me how can I improve my English? Any stuff, links will be appreciated.
To Srinivasa Raghavan, I have now started with SCJP preparation. However can you guide me for preparation for ** Job Change ** ?
To Others, Please do reply to this thread and let me know your valuable comments on ** Job change preparation **. Few friends of mine need this information BADLY.
Thanks & Regards, Deep
posted 14 years ago
Originally posted by Deep Pans: To Srinivasa Raghavan, I have now started with SCJP preparation. However can you guide me for preparation for ** Job Change ** ?
You have 1.5 years of experiance, You can get into a MNC easily since the IT market is good now a days. Post you CV's in job sites. Get in touch with consultants ( Make sure that the consultants dont ask any money to you before or after getting the job ). In the mean while get your SCJP. If you get it, you dont want to prepare for the sake of interview's you can attend the interview at any time.
to improve your skills in a language, use it. Read original literature in that language, listen to radio broadcasts (or quality TV). Talk it, write it, listen to people when they point out mistakes.
Ideally you'd do that while in a country that natively uses the language, but that's often not possible.
BBC World Service broadcasts worldwide http://www.bbc.co.uk/worldservice/ Good books are harder to find time for, but there is a massive volume of them. Shakespeare, Heinlein, Philip K. Dick, Tolkien, the choice is massive.