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Hello All,

I am new to this forum and saw a lot of good discussion regarding many gud points that increased my knowledge about certifications.

I need a small guidance from you all.
I am a computer science graduate and Last year i cleared SCJP 6 certification with 95%.I am lookng for a job as a java developer.What is the next certification i should do that would enhance my chances for a java developer job..

Your suggestions will be most welcomed.

Thank you
 
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Hi Prabhjit,

Welcome to the ranch!

You might find this thread helpful.
 
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Thanks Anayonkar

but as i read ocmjd now requires 3 levels to clear the certification.
do you think scjp alone will help me out?
 
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My best advice is self learning and training on in the field that interest you, do a lot experiments on develop Web or UI apps. The same time you can prepare for the developer exam, nothing important and worth than your own experiences.

I recommend go with Spring MVC, JSP, Servlets, J2EE etc. whatever interest you.

The point is what you can do rather what you know in eyes of employers....good luck.

 
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