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Passed SCBCD 5 with 93%

 
Onkar Joshi
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Hello Ranchers!

I took the test this morning and scored 93%.

I used EJB3 in Action along with the specs for my preparation.

For test programs I used NetBeans and Glassfish.

I think I spent too much time on reading little details so that I could score well. But anyway, that should help me in my work. Overall, I think the experience of preparing for and taking the test is a good way to ensure confidence in working with EJB3/JPA technology.

Next? SCEA 5 I guess. But it maybe a while before I go for that. Planning to brush up on Hibernate/Spring/Struts2 first. Let's see.

Cheers,
Onkar.
 
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Congratulations!
 
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Congrats!
 
Bilal Kcan
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Congrats.

I am interested in SCBCD as well.

How long it should take me. How long did it took for you.
I have a full time job- so would be normally have an hour a day for it and then 8-7 hours over the weekends.
 
Onkar Joshi
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Originally posted by Bilal Kcan:
Congrats.

I am interested in SCBCD as well.

How long it should take me. How long did it took for you.
I have a full time job- so would be normally have an hour a day for it and then 8-7 hours over the weekends.


If the aim to just pass the exam and you have worked a little with the technology in the exam content, one month of prep should be enough.

If you want to score well and want to cover all exam objectives thoroughly, perhaps 3 months of prep would be needed.

I went roughly along the lines of the second option.
 
saqib sarwar
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Hi Onkar Joshi,

Congrats !

Nice to know that you used Netbeans, i want to go for that too.

any tips regarding for start working in NetBeans . ?

 
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congrats!!
 
Onkar Joshi
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Originally posted by saqib sarwar:
Hi Onkar Joshi,

Congrats !

Nice to know that you used Netbeans, i want to go for that too.

any tips regarding for start working in NetBeans . ?



I'd suggest using the latest version! I think it's 6.5 Beta at present.

Try to follow the JPA tutorial on the NetBeans tutorials pages for a quick start.
 
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