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Passed SCDJWS

 
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What a relief ! Don't know how much I scored, but happy to see "Passed".

I had 2 weeks to prepare, so I was just giving it a shot. I would recommend spending little more time. (I would go back and read some parts again myself).

RMH book is the essential read. I had skipped JAXR and UDDI related chapters during the first read, but then went through the overview chapters just before the exam. Glad I did it ,as there were many questions on it.

Same with JAXB and Security. (Jaxb - Sun's tutorial is good enough. Security - I used MZ's notes at www.java.boot.by for understanding all the acronyms. The book "Enterprise Java Security" may also be useful, though I did not get to read much of it).

Overall it was a good experience. Thanks to Sun for offering the beta and everyone here for the motivation and tips.

-Durgesh
SCJP 1.4, SCWCD 1.4, SCDJWS
 
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Congrats durgesh, good job!

Regards,
 
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