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Passed OCPJP need advice on OCEJWCD

 
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hi guys... i am new here. I have just given OCPJP 1.6 exam and scored 88% now i am planning to go for OCEJWCD is it relevant for me? if yes can anyone suggest the study material for this.
 
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Welcome to the Ranch.

Congrats on your OCPJP6.

Is the web dev cert relevant? Depends. Are you currently working with Servlets and JSP?

You may want to check out here for resources.
 
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Thanks K. Tsang.
I have just completed my education and currently looking for the career in java.
I am very much interested in spring and hibernate and have basic knowledge about this, for that I thought i need to be good at jsp and servlet so i am planning to go for OCEJWCD
 
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Hi, there is no need to be good at JSP/Servlets to learn Spring and Hibernate. Having some basic knowledge of JSP/Servlets/JavaEE should be more than enough to start with Spring and Hibernate. Spring and Hibernate don't even have anything to do with web applications directly, only Spring MVC is related to web applications...
 
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thanks Ankit Garg for your suggestion....Now i have decided to learn Spring ,
but i want to know that is there any certification for Spring?
 
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