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Hi Pradeep,
Can you give us more details about your product, and how does it compare to any competing products....
What in your opinion is the best way to prepare for this certification ?
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Dear Rajendra,
Thanks for raising this question. If you haven't tried the FREE Trial Version, please do so following the link below:
Regarding the difficulty level, the feedback we've got as of now from our users says that the difficulty level of our product is little higher than the actual exam.
I wish we had a competitor; my experience tells that competetion always helps evolve your product.
Regarding preparing for this exam, your first step should be understanding J2EE techs like EJB's/JSPs/Servlets/JDBC and atleast basics of JNDI/JMS etc. Once you have good command on these, you can move ahead for VAJ and WebSphere.
You can find lot of valuable resources available on net from our FAQ and Resources Page:
Hope this helps a bit.
I look forward to seeing your valuable feedback on our product. Do mail us your suggestions/ideas at webspherewhiz@whizlabs.com
Regards and Best Wishes
Pradeep Chopra
Whizlabs Software
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