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Passed SCWCD - 85%

 
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Hello ranchers,

Just got back from the testing center....
Passed SCWCD with 85%.
I am personally very satisfied with the score... considering the allocated time... (Just 3 weeks - no prior knowledge of JSP/Servlets)

My countless thanks to Bert Bates, Kathy Sierra and Bryan Basham for writing a wonderful HFS/J

I learned a great deal studying this book...

Also my thanks to all the ranchers for answering questions...and discussing some interesting topics on JSP/Servlets.

My next target is SCBCD ...
Gonna have to get that HF EJB tomorrow....just today....

Happy learning...


Esam
 
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Congratulations

Regards,
Darya
 
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Hello Esam,
Congratulations!!! Can you suggest whether to take SCBCD or SCWCD? I have done some work in both of them. Is it preferrable to wait for ejb 3.0?

Thank you
 
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Congratulations !!

Regards,

Omar
 
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