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I passed the exam using Head First EJB and with no help from this forum... So thanks a lot to the authors :-)
Regards, Klaas
 
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Congratulations!
 
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Congratz !!!
 
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Congrats Klaas!

We're happy the book helped, and at the same time it would be great to hear why the forum wasn't useful for you.

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Thanks 4 al the congratz... and Bert, there is nothing wrong with the forum ! Actually I was very active on the forum while preparing for the Developer exam... But for the EJB exam, the book was enough for me, so take it as a compliment :-) It was worth every euro I paid for it !
Besides I do not expect to get many EJB 2.0 projects to work on, most porjects use Spring, Hibernate etc. For me the exam was a way to get some basic knowledge about app frameworks, security, transactions and of course to add one more official certification to my CV ;-) So I did not want to dive more into the details and spent more time as necessary...
Best regards and I look forward to Head First Webservices... ;-)
Klaas
 
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congrats!!!
we missed you in scbcd forum.
well i think there is no idea for head first web services from head first authors.
i too look forward to it.
 
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