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cleared SCEA - part 1 with 79%

 
Kalyan Abbaraju
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Hi,

I have cleared SCEA part 1 with 79% today.
Here is my break up:
Concepts .................... 83%
Common Architectures ........ 50%
Legacy Connectivity ......... 80%
EJB ......................... 88%
EJB Container Model ......... 75%
Protocols ................... 66%
Applicability of J2EE ....... 100%
Design Patterns ............. 80%
Messaging ................... 100%
Internalization ............. 100%
Security .................... 50%

As far as my preparation goes here are details.
1. SL-425 course from Sun (Useful more for regular architecture work rather than exam)
2. Mark cade book (the most useful one)
3. GOF Design Patterns
4. UML distilled by Flower
5. 6 Whizlabs mock exams
I appreciate the amount of support that test takers get from this forum. Thanks for you all.

I have a question on part 2.
How much I need to wait for downloading part 2 assignment. My details are not up-to-date to certmag.


Regards
Kalyan
 
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Congrats !

Thanks for sharing your experience
 
Manish S Malhotra
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Congrats Kalyan,

I just want to figure what practical experience is required to make it successful. How much experience you are having and how much in EJB because I red and heard from many people that EJB is the most dominant part of the Exam and the scenario based questions are the tough one.
I have worked on EJB's around 1.5 yrs back for around 1 yr but not as a designer but as a developer.

So, I'm worried about the scenario based questions.

Have you done any special preparation for these type of Qs. or your practical experience was enough.

regards
Manish
 
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