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Passed SCWCD with 97%

 
Connie Ky Leung
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Hi all,

I passed SCWCD with 97% this afternoon. I am very lucky to get this score because I had doubt on some questions and probably guessed them right.

I want to thank Bryan, Kathy and Bert for writing HFSJ that is an excellent text.

Two questions are on dynamic attributes of custom tag; if you read the dynamic attributes tutorial posted by Bryan, you will not perceive them as difficult.

I also want to thank Mikalai Zaikin and Frederic Esnault for sharing their study notes to fellow ranchers preparing for SCWCD.

The questions on Whizlab, jdicuss and jiris.com are very good; the mock exams help me identify exam objectives that I need to work on and the explainations they give are well written and clear.

Core J2EE Patterns is a good complementary reference to the Design Pattern chapter of HFSJ.

Regards,

Connie
 
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Congratulations!
 
satya mahapatra
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Great score.Congrats
 
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97% ?? Wow!

Bert
 
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Originally posted by Connie KY Leung:
Hi all,

I passed SCWCD with 97% this afternoon.
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I also want to thank Mikalai Zaikin and Frederic Esnault for sharing their study notes to fellow ranchers preparing for SCWCD.




Connie, congratulations !

Glad my WCD study notes hepled.

regards,
MZ
 
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Awsome!!
 
muthu kumaran ezhil
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can u please share the notes that you have
 
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Hi Congrats

I want to take SCWCD next month and preparing for that . Can you tell me which books you have studied for exam ?? give me some links for free mock tests .

Thanks in advance,
Rajendra.
 
Connie Ky Leung
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Books:

1. Head First Servlet & JSP
2. Core J2EE Patterns: Best Practices and Design Strategies, Second Edition
(Hardcover) by Deepak Alur, Dan Malks, John Crupi
Read relevant design patterns from this book for two hours the day before the exam. I have the impression that some answers come from that text.

http://faq.javaranch.com/view?ScwcdLinks
This page has links to specifications, mock exams and study guides

You can also try the SCWCD mock exam on http://www.jiris.com/online/page.do

Bryan's tutorial on dynamic attributes is a must-read before exam

http://www.coderanch.com/t/170429/java-Web-Component-SCWCD/certification/Tutorial-Dynamic-Attributes
 
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Originally posted by Connie KY Leung:
Hi all,

I passed SCWCD with 97% this afternoon. I am very lucky to get this score because I had doubt on some questions and probably guessed them right.

I want to thank Bryan, Kathy and Bert for writing HFSJ that is an excellent text.

Two questions are on dynamic attributes of custom tag; if you read the dynamic attributes tutorial posted by Bryan, you will not perceive them as difficult.

I also want to thank Mikalai Zaikin and Frederic Esnault for sharing their study notes to fellow ranchers preparing for SCWCD.

The questions on Whizlab, jdicuss and jiris.com are very good; the mock exams help me identify exam objectives that I need to work on and the explainations they give are well written and clear.

Core J2EE Patterns is a good complementary reference to the Design Pattern chapter of HFSJ.

Regards,

Connie
 
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Congrats !
 
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