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Hi,

Actually i was too much tired on the day of my test, so i couldn't share my experience with you. So following is some detail regarding my preparation material/experience:

1) First i read book J2EE Web Services by Richard Monson-Haefel.
2) Then i read Java(TM) BluePrints, Designing Web Services with the J2EE(TM) 1.4 Platform (only Chapter 3. Service Endpoint Design).
3) Then XyzWS study notes.
4) Then WSD guide by MZ.
5) Then i started to attemp quizes/tests available on internet, starting from XyzWS.
6) Then WSD quiz by MZ. Good Work MZ
7) And at last, i just tried Whizlab's trial version.

It took around 5-6 months to complete the whole material along with my busy job schedule, but Where there's a will there's a way

Thanks and Regards,
Mohsin Hameed
 
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Congrats Mohsin! the Magic Score.....
Did you practice on some application server or do you have working knowledge on webservices??



Originally posted by Mohsin Hameed:
Hi,

Actually i was too much tired on the day of my test, so i couldn't share my experience with you. So following is some detail regarding my preparation material/experience:

1) First i read book J2EE Web Services by Richard Monson-Haefel.
2) Then i read Java(TM) BluePrints, Designing Web Services with the J2EE(TM) 1.4 Platform (only Chapter 3. Service Endpoint Design).
3) Then XyzWS study notes.
4) Then WSD guide by MZ.
5) Then i started to attemp quizes/tests available on internet, starting from XyzWS.
6) Then WSD quiz by MZ. Good Work MZ
7) And at last, i just tried Whizlab's trial version.

It took around 5-6 months to complete the whole material along with my busy job schedule, but Where there's a will there's a way

Thanks and Regards,
Mohsin Hameed

 
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Awesome! Congratulations Mohsin.
 
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Congratulations !

Perfect score !!!



Glad to know my WSD Guide and WSD Quiz helped.

regards,
MZ
 
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Congrats!!! One more thing to ask, any prior/previous experience using web services, if yes, then how much.

Thanks,

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WOW! Congratulations!!!

 
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Excellent! You are invincible!





Cheers,
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WOnderful Score. is there any change in syllabus for the exam. I mean did that include jax ws and all
 
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Originally posted by Mohsin Hameed:
Hi,

Actually i was too much tired on the day of my test, so i couldn't share my experience with you. So following is some detail regarding my preparation material/experience:

1) First i read book J2EE Web Services by Richard Monson-Haefel.
2) Then i read Java(TM) BluePrints, Designing Web Services with the J2EE(TM) 1.4 Platform (only Chapter 3. Service Endpoint Design).
3) Then XyzWS study notes.
4) Then WSD guide by MZ.
5) Then i started to attemp quizes/tests available on internet, starting from XyzWS.
6) Then WSD quiz by MZ. Good Work MZ
7) And at last, i just tried Whizlab's trial version.

It took around 5-6 months to complete the whole material along with my busy job schedule, but Where there's a will there's a way

Thanks and Regards,
Mohsin Hameed

 
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Congrats for your big success.Can you tell me how to make preparation for scjp.Is it necessary to go for any coaching or I can prepare myself.
 
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Hearty Congratulation!
 
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congrats!!
100%, that what people call magic, i guess.

a question.

Originally posted by Mohsin Hameed:


4) Then WSD guide by MZ.
5) Then i started to attemp quizes/tests available on internet, starting from XyzWS.
6) Then WSD quiz by MZ. Good Work MZ
7) And at last, i just tried Whizlab's trial version.



MZ's quiz is most important, isn't it?
and Whizlab... trial version is enough. sounds like that.
 
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Hi,

MZ's WSD quiz is important from your preparation's point of view as it is very helpful to check your concepts related to SCDJWS exam and provides you detailed explanation of questions.
XyzWS quiz is very good and i'll suggest you ppl to take that quiz as many times as comfortable for you, becoz it contains 200 questions at all and every time you attempt the quiz you'll get some new questions as well.

Regards,
Mohsin Hameed
 
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Hi,

Congrats.What about your prctical experince
 
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congrats!!
 
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Hi Mohsin Hameed


Nice Score,

How many years of real life experience do you have?

Keep going......
 
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