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Part I - 85%

 
Rufus BugleWeed
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My shortcomings were:
Concepts 66%
Common Architecture 66%
Legacy Connectivity 80%
EJB Container Model 75%
Security 50%
I did not think it was easy. My native language is American English. I had 8 minutes left over for review.
JavaRanch was more help than Cade & Robert's Study Guide. The study guide helped.
Besides web resources I read EJB's by Monson-Hafel, JMS ( first few chapters ) by Monson-Hafel and Chappel, Patterns in Java by Grand, GOF, UML Distilled by Fowler, and Applying UML and Patterns by Larman.
Being a SCJ2P helped.
Knowing what I know now, I'd spend more time on JMS and firewall / app server architecture. I'm guessing common architecture is availability, reliability, managability, scalability, and the others.
I'm cleaning up my place next.
 
Ian B Anderson
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Congratulations Rufus!
Ian
 
Krish Sridhar
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Congratulations Rufus!
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shai koren
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Congratulations Rufus
 
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