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FJ-310 it�s a good preparation ?

 
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Hi everibody...
Somebody take the course "FJ-310 - Developing J2EE[tm] Compliant Applications" from Sun Education Services? Looking the test, this course it�s a good preparation ?
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The course looks to be a good preperation if you don't already know how to build servelets, EJB's, etc. The syllabus doesn't appear to be targeted to the SCBCD exam at all.
 
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I can directly answer this, since I'm currently updating the FJ-310 course, and I was involved in developing the exam
The combination of FJ-310 and SL-351 are meant to help someone prepare for the test - AND you'll still need to do some studying. You're also supposed to have six months work experience (that's the target audience for the test.)
So if you take those two classes, you will have built a couple of end-to-end applications which will give you a great background for the test (during the labs) and will give you a good framework in your brain to then look through the test objectives, and fill in the blanks.
Hope that helps!
--Kimberly
 
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More specifically - FJ-310 is a J2EE Overview course, and covers servlets and JSPs as well. It is EJB-heavy, and it also uses the Sun ONE Studio product to create your EJBs. SL-351 doesn't use the tool, it's a bit more "under the covers" and addresses more advanced topics.
There. That's all. I think
--Kimberly
 
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Hi, Kimberly...
So, you work for SES? I�m currently an instructor at SES in S�o Paulo/Brazil. But i�m teaching mostly the SL110, SL275, SL285 and OO226. I really don�t have a good background in J2EE, i�m studying to prepare myself to teach J2EE courses.
My next target is the FJ-310 and the SL314...
Thank you for your opinion !
 
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