Okay, here's something to stir up the general interest... What is the toughest topic that bothers/bothered you while preparing for the test? This would include the most confusing, the hardest to understand and/or the most difficult one to remember ... ... you get the idea...
Open Group Certified Distinguished IT Architect. Open Group Certified Master IT Architect. Sun Certified Architect (SCEA).
XSLT and XPath. However, I think a bigger problem for me in terms of preparation is that all three books that IBM recommends are not really the greatest examples of book writing, and so, I am forced to take an alternate approach to understanding the technology in depth. I just finished reading a book called "Strategic XML" over the weekend, and I would recommend it anyone wanting to understand XML before proceeding to read the "Big" books. What do the others think? Regards Saravanan Subramanian http://www.attcanada.net/~ssubramanian
Yeah, but is it art? What do you think tiny ad?
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