Is this true:
"...Adobe Experience Manager 6 Developer Exam 9A0-384 exam has been retired, and the new replacement test is AD0-E103 Adobe Experience Manager Sites Developer. To earn Adobe Experience Manager Sites Developer Certification, you need to pass Adobe AD0-E103 exam successfully..."
Adobe has diversified some certification exams, added some new, and retired a few exams. Certification exam codes, objectives, and eligibility criteria have changed as well. You can get the latest information on exams here.
Adobe offers various types of AEM certifications for developers, architects, business practitioners, and more. Becoming an AEM Certified Developer helps you gain knowledge of most of the features offered by AEM. Because we all know that AEM is a powerful tool with a large number of features. As a developer, you may not be able to work on all aspects of AEM. As you prepare for Adobe AD0-E103 Exam AEM certification, you will find many AEM opportunities you never imagined before. Finally, on the way to certification, you will improve your AEM skills and develop better components.
For further detail about AEM Certification visit the official adobe certification site.
If I'm getting certified in this exam (AD0-E103 Adobe Experience Manager Sites Developer (retiring December 30, 2020)) now, will the validity of the certification gets expired after dec 30, 2020 else if it doesn't expire can we renew it after 2 years?
And now comparatively as I have prepared for AD0-E103, writing this exam (AD0-E103 Adobe Experience Manager Sites Developer (retiring December 30, 2020)) is a useful or this (AD0-E116 Adobe Experience Manager Developer Expert (New)).
Can anyone help me getting clarity in this.
This is correct. Please find the available exams for AEM below.