I just cleared my SCJP exam. The next step for me is to work on the IBM Certified Developer for XML and Related Technologies. I have done elementary work on XML but nothing very deep. Could the experienced folks please guide me in this matter? I have already gone through the FAQ section. Also, the book I am refering to is XML in a Nutshell. Please let me know if that is sufficient or any other material is really required from the exam point of view. Thanks, Saket
I recommend the following: 1. Take the IBM sample test to assess your readiness. 2. Get and read "Essential XML Quick Reference" (published by Addison-Wesley). 3. Get and use a practice test software with mock tests. 4. Take the IBM sample test again. 5. Take the real exam. 6. Enjoy your success. ----- Joel Amoussou IBM XML Certification Practice Test http://www.xmlmentor.net/xmlexamsim.htm
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