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Access to Professional Logos After the Oracle Acquisition

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This seemed like the right place... I hope it is. I searched the message base in a number of various attempts but any question that popped up on getting the professional logos was prior to the Oracle acquisition ... so I am going to ask: Now that Oracle has taken Sun in.... what happened to the access to the Certified Professional web site that Sun used to run? I admit that I don't know what the URL was... but I figured that some clever Googling should make it show up... and I couldn't. Plus... any links that I follow that I did find on Sun's professional logos went to a generic Oracle training/education page.

Does anyone know... did the old site vaporize in the acquisition? Does the old web site still work... or map to a site in the Oracle domain that works?

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Well, I guess I found my own answer. I found a reference on the web to Sun Certification Manager, Googled that, found a link to it, got my password updated and found the link to the download logos page. I got there... and the list of logos to download is empty.

Oh well....
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