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Passed 287

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Just passed ibm 287.

The exam was a little harder then the practice exam.
I read Howard's book for two weeks then the third week I looked at practice exam posted here in the forum.
Thanks to marco ves starting the question thread!
I have also been coding with Java and WebSphere/VAJ for over 5 years so that might help

In the actuall test there were questions in regards to connection pooling, MDBs and the flow of the web container to the ejb container a lot more then I would expect. Make sure you know your entity bean relationships for both cmp and bmp. Of course you had your share of EJB and Web related questions. This was probably the hardest test from the 4 required for the IBM Certified Enterprise Developer or my studing skills are just going down from
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You did an excellent job!

Are you ICED now?

What's next?

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Congratulations Adam Snopek
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