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About SCJP Retirement

 
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Hi Ranchers,
I am in confusion,please tell me that what will happen to those who have already cleared SCJP5 or6.If SCJP will retire then will there be any value of these SCJP5 or 6 Certification.?
 
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I don't know why after a retirement the certification should lose in value. I mean only because SCJP 6 was introduced didn't mean that SCJP 5 was useless.

It still shows you have shown initiative and effort to get the certificate. On top of that it still shows that you have a thorough understanding of the Java Programming Language
 
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There's already a lengthy discussion on this subject at https://coderanch.com/t/452870/Programmer-Certification-SCJP/certification/New-Sun-Java-Programmer-Plus. Closing this one.
 
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