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Passed SCEA Part I - 85%

 
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Hi folks,

Just back from Prometric center, scored 85% , here is my Analysis Section:

Concepts..................83%
Common Architectures......50%
Legacy Connectivity.......80%
EJB.......................88%
EJB conteiner Model.......100%
Protocols.................100%
Applicability of J2EE.....100%
Design Patterns...........80%
Messaging.................100%
Internacionalization......100%
Security..................100%

Preparation time was 1,5 month, used the following resources:
SCEA Study Guide
Leo Crawford's site:

Core J2EE design Patterns (Just the first part)
Pete Morgan's Exam Notes
Tim Ho notes
SCEA nutshell from scea_prep yahoo groups
Ramu Meda notes

That's all , now let's go to part II

Regards,
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Congrats Marcelo !!!


Now for part 2 and 3.... hehe
 
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Congrats Marcelo! It's the same score I've got. It brings me great happiness to know that Brazilians are performing so well.



Keep going!!!

Juarez Alvares Barbosa Junior

Sun Certified Programmer for Java 2 Platform 1.2
Sun Certified Web Component Developer for J2EE Platform 1.3
Sun Certified Web Component Developer for J2EE Platform 1.4
Sun Certified Business Component Developer for J2EE Platform 1.3
Sun Certified Enterprise Architect for J2EE Platform - Part I
Sun Certified Programmer for Java 2 Platform 5.0 Beta (awaiting results)
Sun Certified Mobile Application Developer for the Java 2 Platform Micro Edition 1.0 (in progress)
Sun Certified Associate for the Java 2 Platform 1.0 Beta (enrolled)
E-mail: juarez.barbosa@gmail.com
 
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Congratulations! Its the same score, I got. Good luck with part 2 & 3.

Barbosa Juarez, Can you tell what is "Sun Certified Associate for the Java 2 Platform 1.0 Beta " and how to enroll for it?

-Prasad
 
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Congrats and keep it up for Part-II
 
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Congrats, great work!!
 
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Congratulations Marcelo!!!




Parts II & III are easy. You can do it!
 
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Thanks Buddy
 
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