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Hi Hari

You have mentioned that the XML certification is about testing our knowledge to solve real world problems involving use of XML.

Does you simulator has a couple of mini projects/exercises that enable us to understand the real world problems better.

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Does you simulator has a couple of mini projects/exercises that enable us to understand the real world problems better.


It seems difficult for having mini projects I guess.

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Originally posted by Mala Gupta:
Hi Hari

You have mentioned that the XML certification is about testing our knowledge to solve real world problems involving use of XML.

Does you simulator has a couple of mini projects/exercises that enable us to understand the real world problems better.

Mala



No mala !! Nick is right


As I mentioned before it has a lot of real world based scenario questions !!! We dont have any mini-projects right now as our main intention is to make it similar to IBMs XMl exam so that people taking the Simulator tests would have a fair idea of what to expect from the real exam
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Hi Hari

> As I mentioned before it has a lot of real world based
> scenario questions !!! We dont have any mini-projects
> right now as our main intention is to make it similar
> to IBMs XMl exam so that people taking the Simulator
> tests would have a fair idea of what to expect from the
> real exam

I understand that.

Just though that including even 1/2 mini projects would enable the people taking up the exams to actually face the real world problems and have a better understanding of them.

Thanks.

Mala
 
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For XML projects, you may consider to play around with IBM's WSBCC framework.

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Hi, Nick,

what is WSBCC? Winston-Salem Black Chamber of Commerce?
 
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WSBCC refers to WebSphere Business Components Composer.

Nick
 
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