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I did it again!!! SCWCD - 100%

 
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Hi everyone!
Oops! I did it again... the maximum score x() The exam was quite easy or at least easier than SCJP.
For the exam I studied mainly from HFSJ. I read it two times. Next I did all free mock exams I could find and I checked any doubts in specs. I read only fragments of specs.

HFSJ realy is a great book, although it doesn't cover some issues, for example dynamic attributes and variable exposure in tags and tagfiles, some details of a webapp startup sequence. Bryan explained dynamic attributes here (that's all you have to know for the exam):
Tutorial on dynamic attributes by Bryan Basham
Thanks Bryan!

Next, I would like to learn something about Struts and Spring maybe. Then pass MS SQL 70-229 exam and SCBCD 5.0. Then learn about Hibernate and JBoss... Phew... Then my bain will be totally fried :roll:
Or maybe it's already time to find a good job? What do you think?
 
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First of all Congratulations
and regarding looking out for jobs I would suggest you do that first since even I had a similar plan of doing other certifications after scwcd. It would be more advantageous if you have first hand knowledge of the subject if you actually use it in the real time environment.
 
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Congrats Piotr for your great score
 
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Congrats Piotr, that was really fast
 
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Congrats Dude!!
 
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Hey Congrats!!! Amazing score....

I recently cleared SCJP1.5 exam and now wanna go for SCWCD1.4....
Pls do me a favor, pls share mock exam Q's and your exam scoring tips!!!
 
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Howdy Piotr Gmyz,

Congratulations for your wonderful, unbeatable score
 
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Hi Shaily Sharma!
You can find some mocks at www.javacertificationexams.com, www.jdiscuss.com and of course www.javaranch.com. You should try trail versions of all commercial products. You may consider buying one too. You can also find JPilotExam project helpful.

I wish you passing SCWCD as good as me!

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[ December 30, 2007: Message edited by: Ulf Dittmer ]
 
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