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I gave the sun certified developer for java web services today and scored 88%.

I had around 6 months of project experience on xml and web services

Following is what I studied:

1. Web services book by Richard Monsosn-Haefel (very nice book)

2. JAX-RPC specs

3. MZ' guide and quiz (very helpful)

4. Whizlab's exams (helpful but tougher then the actual exam, as they have fill in the blanks type ques and also they don't tell the correct no. of choices in there mock tests)

I spent about 3 months preparing for the exam with 2-3 hr.s average daily.
 
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Originally posted by Vikas Gupta:
I gave the sun certified developer for java web services today and scored 88%.

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3. MZ' guide and quiz (very helpful)

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Congratulations, Vikas !!!

Glad to know my WSD Guide and Quiz were helpful.

regards,
MZ
 
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