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Hi,
I am almost ready to write my 141 cert and was wondering which W3C Objectives people found most Helpful/Important for the Exam. I have read comments about DOM,SAX, Signature and Schema but I am also wondering if there are anymore MUST Reads.
Thanks in Advance!
Aaron O'Brien
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As much as you may want to read, rest assured there will be no direct questions on specs. The questions are rather focussed on the applicability of the specs.
Looking at your list, I think you're pretty much covered. Ofcourse XPath is a bigdeal, but you would have learnt most of it by practicing XSL..
 
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