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SCEA5- My comments

 
sammaiah kyatham
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Hi All,
First let me say thanks to all of you.
Though I didn't have any working experience in EJB3 and JSF but I've done well than expected. I've gone through the specifications and some of articles from www.onjava.com. I did very well all the questions related to design patterns but I got frustrated with lengthy questions. I've marked most of the lengthy questions and answered later. Some of the questions were like migrating 2 tier to 3 tier and as a lead architect what would be your suggestions etc.. and some of the questions were related to JSF,JSP and custom tags etc. I remember 2 to 3 questions were related to code like what package is useful for security etc.. Remaining questions were same as Cameron comments.. nothing new to mention here.

Thank you again all of you.

Cheers,
 
Cameron Wallace McKenzie
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Indeed, some of the questions were lengthy.

I think we got to see the entire SCEA exam pool, which means one lengthy question after the next. However, I would imagine that when they get the exam pool down and a typical customer writes a 50 question exam, there will probably be only 4 or 5 of the lengthy ones in there. I would imagine that would be much more palatable.

Good luck!

-Cameron McKenzie
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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