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Failed in Jan, Trying again next week

 
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Well, I thought I knew a thing or two about XML. After all, I've been doing this stuff for years. But I failed terribly at my first try on the 141 test a couple months ago. So I've been boning up, and I think I'm ready to go on Monday.
Any last minute suggestions before I go in again? I've spent time writing Schemas and DTDs. Used External Entities and Processing Instructions. Used Validating and non-validating parsers. I've been using XSLT daily. For practice, every time I've done relational data modeling, I build an XML data model as well. I've even been using FO in one of my projects. I've written a project using SOAP/UDDI/WSDL for both DOS and UNIX. I know the difference between DOM2 and DOM1, and I've written several applications using SAX and DOM, and I understand their exceptions and error codes. I understand InfoSets, SVG, DSML, and RDF. I've been studying transcoding techniques for presenting content to different clients. I might be ready. Or I might be obsessed. Let me know what you think?
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Dan'l, to me you are expert in XML. you will do a good job in the exam. All best wishes.
 
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all the best
 
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