[program-java] Re: Java certification

I guess we would begin with basic Java. Not everyone asks for this but I think 
the reason is that most of our managers are "a little older" and don't trust 
themselves to decide on an employee. Since I am 60 a kind of have to put myself 
in the older range, but I try not to think about it. (grin).

Susie

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Ok, still not worth anything. Try looking at the SUN site for these 
certification courses.... All they really are is a piece of paper that can be 
hung on the wall.

If you must have the wall furniture to get ahead we can actually look at a 
particular course together. I have certification in Basic Java, Intermediate 
Java, Struts 1.3 and J2E 3.0.

J.


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I asked a friend what he has and he has a "Sun Certified Java Programmer" 
certification.



Susie



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We seem to have two threads going. To get back to my question. I am looking 
into certification. I will be working in the persistence area with validation 
and using Struts.



Susie Stanzel



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