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Should I learn web services?

 
Philip Pomario
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Guys, I have a couple of years of professional experience with J2EE (Web Components) and EJB, and I would like to obtain a SCEA certification. As your experience goes, should I learn web services specifically for this purpose? Your comments are much appreciated.
 
Yi Meng
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I believe there is no such thing called web services when this SCEA certification exam was first released.

However, it may help if you can leverage Web Services in the design appropriately given its popularity today.
 
Lars Behnke
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Web Services are not covered by the SCEA exam objectives. So you do not need to know about web services to pass. However, you are free to include web services in your architecture assignment (part 2) if you like.

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Although the exam does not include web services in the objectives it would be useful to know how a service operates and what characterizes a service (hint hint )
 
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