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r raj
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Hi All,
I passed the IBM XML exam with 92% yesterday (got 51 out of 55 questions right). Thanks to Javaranch site, particularly the links and mock tests pages. I read Prof XML, prof XML schemas and XSLT (all the recommended books of IBM) and also read Skonnard (which is very good). I also read some articles from developerworks and xml.com.
Thanks javaranch oncegain.
bye for now.
Raj
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Valentin Crettaz
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Nice shot r raj
 
Marcelo Sousa Ancelmo
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Great Score! Good job!
 
John Wetherbie
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"r raj",
First - Congrats!
Second, would you please think about changing your display name? JavaRanch policy asks that you use a first name and a last name.
[ February 10, 2003: Message edited by: John Wetherbie ]
 
Sridhar Srikanthan
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Congrats Raj on a great score
Sri
 
Madhav Lakkapragada
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Congrats.
- madhav
 
Rajan Thiyagarajan
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Wonderful Score ! Congrats !
 
sanjeev tripathi
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Congrates!!! you made the fort...
 
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Great score. Congrats!
 
Ruff Young
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Congratulations!
 
Hariharan Raman
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Congrats Raj..!
 
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Good Score! Congratulations!
 
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Congrats! score...
 
John Lee
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Congratulations!
 
Archana Pillai
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Congratulations...Great Score...How long did it take....I mean the actual preparation ???
Cheers
Archana
 
r raj
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Hi Archana,
It took me 2 months of devoted study (including a week holiday). And that is something I don't want to do again for some time! I had no know knowledge of XML when I started. I read Prof XML first (left many chapters out) and then read Prof XML Schemas (first 9 chapters) and XLST(first 8 chapters). All this took about 5 weeks. Then I revised them again and in the last week had a look at Skonnard along with various articles.
Raj
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Ajith Kallambella
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Congratulations and good luck with your future endeavours!
 
Manish Hatwalne
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Congrats!
Which mocks did u use?
Also what's Skonnard
TIA,
- Manish
 
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Skonnard is the Essential XML Book by Skonnard - an absolute reference gem for XML - it is brief and comprehensive. More tempting - it is a free download from develop.com.
-giri
 
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