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Passed IBM 484

 
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Passed 484 yesterday with 80%
The exam is not very difficult but there were several questions I was confused with (all about Architecture, though I thought I knew this topic best of all

Some GoF and J2EE patterns, no EJB-QL. No advanced JDBC questions, but a one aboug JDBC drivers :-\ The exam is not very technical. Overall, it's quite similar to the sample ICE/Prime exam.
I've prepared with Core J2EE patterns, J2EE blueprints, Mastering EJB 2, servlet/jsp and jdbc spec, jms, jaas and connector tutorials.
287 is the next
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congrats Serge
... and thanks for the usefull info.
Good luck for 287.
 
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