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Passed SCEA (I)!!!

 
Steven Colley
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Hi Team..just would like you to know I passed in SCEA 5....

I got 69%...Very tough test...confused questions...!

Lots questions about JSF, WS, Security concepts and JEE applicability....!

Resources:

- Used Epractice from Sun...

Recommended books:

Core Security Patters
Core Patters
EJB 3 specification / Tutorial
WS specification / Tutorial
JSF articles


Tks a looooooot for all help You helped me a lot for sure!! ;-)

 
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Congrats!!!
[ May 08, 2008: Message edited by: Selina Tan ]
 
Cameron Wallace McKenzie
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Congratulations!!!

-Cameron McKenzie
 
JigaR Parekh
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I hava just started preparing for SCEA 5. from objectives i can say below are seems my weak area

1) OO Principles
2) Design Patterns
3) JSF

Can you give me idea what kind questions can be asked for this, so i can prepare according to that.

Thanks,
Jigar
 
Dini Bang
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Hey Steven .. Congrats !!

Its a tough exam to crack ..
I am also preparing for it .. wanted to know , how close is epractice , to the real exam ??
 
Roger Sun
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Congratulations!

How many questions about EJB & JPA?
 
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Congrats!
 
Farbod H Foomany
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Hi,
I would like to recommend some material that aren't usually suggested.
I found 'design patterns for dummies', an excellent book. I haven't read head first book, but its size is daunting.
I don't know if 'UML distilled' counts for OO principles. I have the same problem with OO. Actually with 'design' rather than understanding of other people's design. Incidentally, 'Enterprise Java with UML' was also an unexpected book for me. Very unique.
and 'JSF for non-believers' series, from IBM are very good, if you don't want to know it all, about JSF.
Regards
Farbod

Originally posted by JigaR Parekh:
I hava just started preparing for SCEA 5. from objectives i can say below are seems my weak area

1) OO Principles
2) Design Patterns
3) JSF

Can you give me idea what kind questions can be asked for this, so i can prepare according to that.

Thanks,
Jigar
 
Kunal A Jha
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Congrats
 
Sri Kuthu
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I passed SCEA5 with 62% yesterday. I agree with Steven C, I felt exam was tough. I did not felt like this when I took SCJP(82%) or SCWCD(91%). I read SCEA (1.4) book by Mark Cade and Simon Roberts and "The Java EE5 Tutorial" by Sun.
 
Ashwin Pai
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Congrats Steven and Sri!!! :-)
 
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Congrats!

Let's move this over to the results forum.

Bert
 
Krishna Srinivasan
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congrats!!
 
Rogerio Kioshi
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Congratulations!

 
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