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I am going to start preparing for XML cert (IBM). In light of lack of any books out there specifically for IBM - XML cert, I am thinking of going with XML@Whiz + Prof XML book.
Has any of you guys used XML@Whiz ?? How did you find it ?? Is XML@Whiz + Prof XML enough to clear the exam. I am planning to keep a short timeframe and don't want to spend months reading over lots of materials to clear this exam (getting 90%+ is not my objective ).
Any response from anyone who passed the exam using only XML@Whiz and one good xml book wud be highly appreciated.
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I haven't taken the exam yet (scheduled on March 27) but I have written a review of XML@Whiz that might help you: XML@Whiz 4.0 Review
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