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Hi all,
I passed the exam with 88%. Not as expected, but not bad either.
I was using two books, Java sdk 1.3 from Wrox and K & B book. In the end I only used K & B book.
My main goal is to become a J2EE architect, so my next move is to get the EJB certification (that will help me to get the architect cert). I've already bought "Head First EJB" and looks very good.
Kathy or Bert, when are you going to release a Architect certification book ?
thanks a lot for your help,
Geoffrey
 
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Congrats!!!
 
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Hi
congrats,
have fun some time,...then start preparing for another SUN certification, let career keep moving forward..............

 
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Geoffrey -
88% rocks!
In terms of certification, SCWCD and then SCMAD are next. Several other books probably before an architect cert book, however we ARE working on a patterns book - that might help!
Bert
 
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