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need advice moving from Services to Product field

 
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I am currently working in services area in J2ee domain (SCJP ,SCWCD) in an MNC. I am having an offer to move to Product Domain ( Siebal CRM ) from a reputed MNC.

i am currently having 1.5 year Experience in Java/ J2EE. I need to know how useful my certification will be and whether its advicable to move to Product domain after 1.5 years of Service domain work.
 
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shifting to product will be a diff environment.and working on both industry will be a good thing..But make sure you are into product development not on customization side.
I am also thinking in reverse way
 
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Product development is good option in early part of your career as you will get good technical knowledge and good detail to quality. Try to work on product that is in early stage of development. Avoid Maintenance/Configuration work as it won't give much exposure.

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