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needed help for xml certification

 
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Hi,
I am going to start preparing for XML cert (IBM).
my company is going to send for training, but i think it will be a very basic training starting from level 0.
I am well aware of many of the things in XML and also written small programes in java, using xerces.
Is there a book specificaly for this certification.( or any materials avaliable )
Thanks
 
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my company is going to send for training
Lucky you............ :roll:
- madhav
 
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Refer this site: http://www.javaranch.com/xml/xmlcertFAQ.jsp
 
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It is always a good idea to start from here
 
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I think XML in a nutshell is an excellent book to start with. Also, do not miss w3schools.com and zvon.org.
HTH,
- Manish
 
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I disagree with you Manish. XML in Nutshell may not be a good book to start with. It is a good book which can be used as a reference, rather.
XML in Nutshell explains concepts in a nice and CRISPY manner, but need not be ideal for a novice.
Rajan
 
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Yep...Nutshell is more like a reference.THe best place to get the confidence to go ahead with the preparation is W3Schools. Then ofcourse we could go ahead with the Skonard's book.
Best of luck for ur preparation.
 
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