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Passed SCDJWS - 81%

 
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I just passed SCDJWS with 81%.

Thanks for all the help in answering questions on this board and special thanks to MZ for his quiz and notes. They were very helpful. Here's how I prepared for the exam in order of importance:

1. xyzws mock exams
2. MZ Notes
3. xyzws Notes
4. MZ quiz
5. Watsh-Rajneesh notes
6. Blueprints - 3, 5,7,8
7. RMH

I didn't find the Whizlabs mock exams to be very useful, and frankly feel that they're a waste of money.

[ May 26, 2007: Message edited by: Femi Anthony ]
[ May 26, 2007: Message edited by: Femi Anthony ]
 
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Congrats
 
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Would you please explain to me why whizlab exam isnt good and waste of time because i bought it and i depend on it to measure my level while preparing and if that serious i do recommend to any whizlab's customer support managers to take that seriously and try to update their product and lets feel we dont waste our money in other exams.
 
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Originally posted by Femi Anthony:
I just passed SCDJWS with 81%.

Thanks for all the help in answering questions on this board and special thanks to MZ for his quiz and notes. They were very helpful. Here's how I prepared for the exam in order of importance:

1. xyzws mock exams
2. MZ Notes
3. xyzws Notes
4. MZ quiz
5. Watsh-Rajneesh notes
6. Blueprints - 3, 5,7,8
7. RMH



Well done, Femi !

Glad to know my WSD Quiz and WSD Guide were helpful.

regards,
MZ
 
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I took the Practice Exam and I felt it was much more difficult and had some questions that seemed to be out of scope of what was mentioned in the requirements for the exam. Also, the study material was so light and thin that it was a joke. I feel that the $69.50 I paid for it was way too much for what I got out of it. I feel that it was worth at most $20, but that's my humble opinion. Others may disagree.
 
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Congrats!
 
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Congratulations Femi!

Could you please offer your review comments on RMH book?

Thanks
Ravi
[ May 29, 2007: Message edited by: ravindra janapareddy ]
 
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Congrats




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I think everyone here is suggestion the RMH book for web services. I'm going to grab myself a copy!
 
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All,
what is Blueprints - 3, 5,7,8.
 
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Originally posted by Parameswaran Thangavel:
what is Blueprints - 3, 5,7,8.


Chapters:
3 Service Endpoint Design
5 Client Design
7 Security
8 Application Architecture and Design
of
Java BluePrints: Patterns, Guidelines, Conventions, and Code -
Designing Web Services with the J2EE(TM) 1.4 Platform: JAX-RPC, SOAP, and XML Technologies On-line HTML PDF version

Which Book to use ?
Preparing for SCDJWS.. Please help
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