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Finished SCBCD

 
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Finished SCBCD with 88% yesterday. Missed my expectations by some marks. Anyhow it is okay for me.

I am planning to take Bea WebLogic8.1 Developer Certifiation. Can any one give me more info about this exam. Do any one taking this exam? Any forums for this certification exam.
 
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Heartly congratulation.
Im preparing for the same and may be my next path is BEA weblogic Certification too.

So best of Luck

-Sanjay
 
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Nice shot Arun

Moving this thread to the Results forum. Please continue this discussion there. Thanks
 
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Congratulations!!!

Well Done!!!
 
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Congratz..... Great Work
 
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Congratz !!!
 
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