I passed this certification finally, it is the most difficult one I ever met. Great help from Certificateguide.com and their study kit! Their study tips are really detail and important. The other good thing is the support for the product, I sent some email, and can always the feed back in one day. Now I will go for SCEA!
Congrats I am planning to study portal technologies. As a novice, is it possible for me to prpare for the exam. I have worked a little bit with websphere studio. And is 348 better than 344? Thanks hari
348 is for newer version of Portal Server. Collegues have told me, that its much better, though they don't have much experience neither (just installed the thing in company test environment and played a little with it). Portal Server 5.0 is first compatible with JSR, isn't it I am definitively interested in that stuff after having finished my J2EE Enterprise dev at the end of this month. Axel
HI Websphere Portal Exam 348 is very much similar to WPS 344 Exam. And if you notice the difference between WPS 4.x and 5.0, you will soon find out that, as a developer is concerned, it is almost the same(API) but it might differ in installation perspective(as an administrator is concerned.) As far as exams are concerned, as long as you are certified in one of the versions, it shows that you are good enough in that skill set. It is impossible for anyone to keep up with this change in the versions in this fast growing technology era. -------------------- Thanks Mahesh V.C
The 344 is obsolete, you should take the 347(Administrator) or 348(Developer) ones. Check the IBM certification site.
Hari Vignesh Padmanaban
posted 14 years ago
Hello folks, Thanks for teh information As BL suggested I think I would go for version 5.0 (348 - Developer) Mahesh, of course technology does go at a very fast pace and I would like to keep in pace with it as far as possible Are u releasing a simulator for version 5.0 ? I am planning to take it only during June 2004 ..So still some more months to go and other certifications to take before that !!! Anyway, thanks once again for teh info !!!' Hari [ March 06, 2004: Message edited by: Hari Vignesh Padmanaban ]
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