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what is importance of certifications to company? If I will do SCJP, SCWCD, SCBCD, SCEA certifications, will I be able to work with XXX?
 
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Welcome to the Ranch . I think you have posted in an inappopriate location, so I shall move your thread.

Note we prohibit discussion of particular companies, even those which no longer exist, so I must delete the company name from your previous post.
 
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Certification is for personal achievement. It can build your confidence and help you in job interviews, etc. It shows that you have taken the initiative to learn, research, practice, etc. Certifications alone not enough to succeed in your career.
 
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