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Passed IBM WebSphere Portal V5.0, Application Development Test 348

 
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I passed 348!!!
 
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Congrats!

How did you find the exam? What study materials did you use?
 
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I found the test difficult , but a pass is a pass. To prepare I read a significant portion of the portal 5.0 infocenter. I also used the book "Mastering IBM WebSphere Portal" which is the only portal 5.0 book I could find. I then spent some time writing a portlet and playing around with my company's portal till I felt comfortable.
 
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will u get any physical certificate?
 
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I was emailed a PDF file as my certificate.
 
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