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Cleared SCDJWS

 
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Hello Friends,
Today is one of the greatest day in my career. I cleared scdjws today with score of 89.
Credits goes to God, Parents, GrandFather and Friends (Including JavaRanchers)
The Exam was not so tough, if preparation was done properly. I was not having any experience in webservices. I tried handson JAxrpc with Apache axis.
RMH, MZ Guide and Quiz, XYZWS Mock and GUide, Whizlab were my materials.
MZ guide is useful and quiz which gives quick recap.

Preparation Time :3-4 months with hands on only JAXRPC, SAAJ

Most important : Always in exam , try to read the question properly. First try to complete the exam and review again the full set of answers as verification. Its worth it.
Thanks to all javaranchers who have been so kind in replying to posts.

Special Thanks to
Peer Reyndeers, Mikalai Zaikin, Watsh Rajneesh, Nitin Pai, Valentin ( For his mapping blog)

Suggestion: MZ - Why cant you release a Head First Series ?

Sorry for posting here instead of results forum.Kindly Move this to Results forum.
[ May 09, 2007: Message edited by: Karthik Rajendiran ]
 
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Congratulations
im in the road may be need 1-2 months..
Security & design questions were hard?
 
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Security and design questions werent too hard,
Just read mz guide and xyzws security topic. enuf

I found this book webservices security - Mark 0Neill, GUd one, Little Vast for the Exam.
Design questions , I guess MZ is enough

Regards
[ May 09, 2007: Message edited by: Karthik Rajendiran ]
 
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Originally posted by Karthik Rajendiran:


I cleared scdjws today with score of 89.
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RMH, MZ Guide and Quiz, XYZWS Mock and GUide, Whizlab were my materials.
MZ guide is useful and quiz which gives quick recap.



Congratulations, Karthik !

Glad to know my WSD study material helped you Thanks for your kind words

Best regards,
MZ
 
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congratulations..
time to celebrate..

3 cheers
 
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congrats!! for the great success!!
its celebration time..
 
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Thanks To all, Cheenu, the material collection of all specificatins were helpful too
 
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Congratulations !
 
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Congratulations
 
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Hi Karthik,
Congratulations!!!
Could you please indicate the steps that you followed for your preparation?
I mean i think without knowing Web Services, gettin thru with the certification is commendable. You were talking about the hands-on experience with WebServices. Please do point out to some good tutorials for that matter which will be very useful for people.

Congrats once again.

Sathish.
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