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cleared WSAD test287

 
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Folks:

Cleared the exam with 77%. I thought i did even better until i hit the finish button , but very happy with the result. There are lots of questions on transactions, code exhibits, scenarios.

I prepared for a total of about 30hrs, for a week. I have 1 year of J2EE experience, mainly on the deployment side. I used Kushner and Ed Roman EJB2 books. Used Whizlabs simulator. I found it to be moderately helpful. The main missing aspect is the scenario questions. Now i'm one step closer to getting ICED, with J2EE484 remaining.

Thank you for the helping me.
[ June 30, 2005: Message edited by: Jayadev Pulaparty ]
 
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congratulations and enjoy!
 
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Congrats Jayadev, good job!



Regards,
 
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Well done!

What's next?

Nick
 
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Originally posted by Nicholas Cheung:
Well done!

What's next?

Nick



Next is IBM484 I even want to take the SCBCD after that.
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So you missed the IBM promotion?

Nick
 
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Are you referring to the $10 coupons? I made use of all of them, for 340, 348 and 287.
 
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Thus, you have to wait for the next promotions on IBM 484 and IBM 486.

Nick
 
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I may not wait for the promotion this time Will take 484 on my own expense . I already got thru 486(UML). BTW, any timeline for the next promotion offer from IBM so that i can decide if i can wait.
 
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Will take 484 on my own expense


That's too expensive!!! Don't even think about it.


any timeline for the next promotion offer from IBM so that i can decide if i can wait.


There will be no information from IBM at this moment. I guess you have to wait till Dec 2005 or Jan 2006.

Nick
 
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