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There's a new certification called EJB 2.0 Fundamentals from Brainbench, and there are probably another 200 free certs on introductory offer, first come first served. If anyone's interested, the link is
http://www.brainbench.com/xml/bb/common/testcenter/taketest.xml?testId=1910
I think it would be quite handy as a test of knowledge in the area, and as practice for SCBCD. I'd be quite interested in your experience as I helped them in writing this test.
 
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I made a test and passed without preparation. It is a simple one comparing with SCBCD. Every one who passed SCBCD can pass this test easily.
 
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I think this one is meant to be easier than SCBCD because it is aimed at a lower level, hence the "Fundamentals" in the name. It could be a useful morale booster for those learning EJB though.
 
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Yes. It is very easy. I got 4.53/5.0, which is Master Level.
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JavaRanchers appear to be a very knowledgeable bunch. Leon found the test easy, but that score is still at the 90% percentile, and only 30% of test takers got the Master grade of 4.0, according to the Brainbench stats. So what's easy for the typical JavaRancher is not always the case for the world at large.
By the way, nearly 400 people have taken this test, so there are only 100 free tests left before Brainbench take it off their free test list.
 
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