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|To Java Certify Or Not? by kambo(m): 2:24pm On Dec 23, 2012|
i'm seriously pondering wheher to be certified or not come next year:
i've got some years experience in java and am wondering if
the java certification is a logical wise move.
give your input if you're certified or work as a professional dev.
how highly regarded is it in the nigerian and international work space.
is it really worth it?
how long does it take to prepare for?
what books does one need?
which certs are the best?
is it a career booster or is a waste of money in the long run?
where are the notable testing centers in naija.
and how much does it costs.
i've got a full plate but i really wanna know how long in preparation time
one should budget for it?
any noticeable salary difference btw certified vs not certified fellows.
i dont think however that java certs have the same prestige or recognition
as certification in fields like: architecture,medicine,accounting law
which makes me wonder if i'm gaining artisan papers!!.
what advantage does a java certified programmer have that an equally
capable but un-certified java programmer will not have?
|Re: To Java Certify Or Not? by stanliwise(m): 12:30pm On Dec 26, 2012|
With java certificate you can be able to create dynamic and powerful application tools.
The truth is that you have more advantage than a person without a java experience
Cause java pay more than any programming languages an has a great future than any language
so make sure you use the best of it.
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