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got confused while preparing for SCDJWS

 
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Hi,
I am preparing for SCDJWS and I have got lot of material now.
Material list is as follows:
1.www.xyzws.com
2.RMH book.
3.Watsh Rajneesh notes
4.Sun Blue Prints book.
5.W3C Primer and other specifications also.
6.Miklai notes from web.
and some other material also.
now I am getting confused what to study and how to proceed.
As I am planning to give exam in April end.
So dont have enough time to study all these things.
Can any help and guide me in what is useful and what is not( for the purpose of examination).
I dont have any practical experience of web services.
Thanks in advance.
 
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1. Read RMH book. This book is very informative and it's a must if you don't have any experience in web services.
2. Read the MZ Guide.
3. Read the XYZWS Guide (quite similar to MZ Guide with some additional stuff).
4. Do the MZ Quiz.
5. Do the XYZWS Quiz. (The best quiz ever for SCDJWS!).

G'luck
 
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Hi Freddy,
Thanks for the guidence.
you mean to say that If I read only three material It will be enough to clear the paper.
So no need to refer any other stuff right??
Just let me know.
 
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