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Passed SCEA5 - step 1

 
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It was a difficult test for me.
questions were from all the Java EE technologies.
design pattern questions were revloved around only two or three patterns out of 44 patterns from GoF patterns and core J2EE patterns books.
a lot of questions from JSF, i was not very much familiar with JSF.
You are tested on a broad area and some times tested for indepth knowledge in a partcular area.
I have done Java EE Tutorial.
read Head first design Pattterns.
GoF book ( Core J2EE book was not available to buy)
MZ notes and EJB 3.0 spec and a lot of related material on the web.
rgds
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Congratulations.

What's necessary to now about JSF?

Thanks to share your experience.

Good luck in next step of SCEA5 ;D
 
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Originally posted by janaka chandrajith:
It was a difficult test for me.
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MZ notes and EJB 3.0 spec and a lot of related material on the web.
rgds
janaka



Congratulations !

Glad to know you found my notes helpful.

regards,
MZ
 
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Congratulations janaka!

How difficult did you find the web services questions? Did you study from any particular site for web services and security? I also would like to know your score if possible.

Thanks!
 
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I only had 64%.
regarding webservices it is suggested to read tutorials from xyzws.com It covers so much of details, but you only have to get an overview of the webservices technology.
I feel you can read MZ guide to SCEA fot security objectives.
rgds
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Congrats!!
 
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Congrats!
 
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Congrats janaka
Thank you for the tips.
 
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