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Carl Trusiak
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We are giving away 4 copies of SCWCD@Whiz. Get the software to help you prepare for the SCWCD Exam!
The best part Pradeep Chopra of Whizlabs, is online to answer your questions! (Yes, we've all seen his help here already, thanks Pradeep )
Thank you to Whizlabs for the software!
 
Pradeep Chopra
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Dear Carl,
Thanks a lot for giving us this opportunity to be present at this forum and present our product.
I welcome all the participants at this great place, who drive this forum and thank you all for your contribution to the field of Java Certification.
I am sure the coming week is going to be a great learning experience for us and i promise to continuously contribute at this great place.
Thanks and regards
Pradeep
Java Certification Test Simulators � J@Whiz, SCWCD@Whiz http://www.whizlabs.com/jwhiz
 
Ashik Uzzaman
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Just curious Carl! Winners r selected randomly as a lottery basis or 4 particular good postings or number of postings?
And can one earlier winner be selected again?( I was selected the last month u know )...
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Carl Trusiak
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Winners are selected randomly from the valid posts during the giveaway period.
To be valid, the must be on topic, related to the SCWCD Exam. It can't be "Enter me in the contest" Sorry that will not work
You must have a valid user name per Naming Policy
You are not on the exclusion list which includes Paul Wheaton, Myself and Whizlab employees.
 
Tom Ben
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I have been reading a book Core Web Programming and have been developing some JSP and Servlet pages. Is this book ok to use to prepare for the Exam?
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Leon Wang
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Thanks !
I wonder how close between real exam and this simulator.
Leon
Originally posted by Carl Trusiak:
We are giving away 4 copies of SCWCD@Whiz. Get the software to help you prepare for the SCWCD Exam!
The best part Pradeep Chopra of Whizlabs, is online to answer your questions! (Yes, we've all seen his help here already, thanks Pradeep )
Thank you to Whizlabs for the software!


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Guennadiy VANIN
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Is my name elegible?
How may I change the name and/or topic of already submitted, in this thread, post?
It would had been much more prettier, if this forum had a policy of prohibiting jargon since I do not have a jargon/slang/abbreviations dictionaries. I observe that even some bartenders and sheriffs have names that are not their's. Is it OK?
 
Guennadiy VANIN
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Leon,
as I understood we do not have a plethora of exams, like for a previous exam...
If there is no choice why to loose time choosing?
 
Rajat Singla
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Leon,
I scored 96% using this tool and that too was its first version. I used to score almost similar or little lesser in the mock exams of SCWCD@Whiz.
You now have added advantage of addition mock exam and Interactive Quiz.
Also now you have free mock exam at this forum Life is becoming easier for the people giving exam now.
Best of luck
rajat
 
Scott Matthews
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Pardon my greeness. I am new to java. I understand the certified programmer and developer. Can you explain further about a Certified Component Developer.
The place I saw components was dealing with Swing components and putting them in a JFrame, etc.
Please educate me.
 
Poonam Akash
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Hi Rajat,
Will you plz tell me whether the questions in SCWCD@Whiz are closer to the toughness of real Sun SCWCD exam.If they reflect the real paper even uptill 80% then that would be really a great help to the candidates of SCWCD exam like me...as we do not have any study guides yet as we have got some for SCJP(like KM the great Book..)
Well,congratulations on your success...

Bye,
[This message has been edited by Poonam Akash (edited October 23, 2001).]
 
Zkr Ryz
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Scott Matthews:
The only difference is that this components are web based components, using jsp ,servlets, EJB, among others. These may also be called components but they aren't client side components ( like swing or awt ) but server side components.
That's the difference.


Originally posted by Scott Matthews:
Pardon my greeness. I am new to java. I understand the certified programmer and developer. Can you explain further about a Certified Component Developer.
The place I saw components was dealing with Swing components and putting them in a JFrame, etc.
Please educate me.

 
Fei Ng
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Hi...
I saw you old posts that saying SCWCD is easier than the programming exam. I just want to know why ?? thats if you know. Why sun made it easier than the porgamming exam? To me, it seems
Web component developer is a lot harder. With J2ee, servlets
, JSP and some pattern problems right? how would that be easier?
And there is no guide book for SCWCD. Most of us have to read
2 more books on the topics.
thanks.
 
James C
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I've been reviewing the JSP and servlet specs. I think that has more detailed information that most books.
 
Marcos Maia
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Hi,
I�m sure this Test simulator will be a great help for who wins.
thank�s again JavaRanch!!
 
Amitabh Sharma
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Does the exam cover the Servlet 2.3 API?
Because it is way different from Servlet 2.2 with addition of Filter, Listener's and Wrapper classes.
TIA
 
Elizabeth Lester
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Originally posted by Amitabh Sharma:
Does the exam cover the Servlet 2.3 API?
Because it is way different from Servlet 2.2 with addition of Filter, Listener's and Wrapper classes.
TIA

Hi Amitabh,
Yes this exam does cover the Servlet 2.3 API. The complete objectives are available at http://suned.sun.com/US/certification/java/exam_objectives.html.
--liz

[This message has been edited by Elizabeth Lester (edited October 23, 2001).]
 
Rajat Singla
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Hi Poonam,
SCWCD@Whiz is very close to the actual exam. I score little hiher than what i got in SCWCD Mocks.
It helped me and others a lot.
HTH
rajat
 
Ashik Uzzaman
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Thnx that i m still eligible 4 the contest..... and one day i'll win all the whizlabs products in this fashion.....
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ravindra ch
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I have been reading a book Core Web Programming and have been developing some JSP and Servlet pages. Is this book ok to use to prepare for the Exam?Can u tell me other resources on the net in this regard.
 
Marcos Maia
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Hi,
check the JavaRanch links at: http://www.javaranch.com/scwcdlinks.jsp
It�s a great help.
regards.
Originally posted by ravindra ch:
I have been reading a book Core Web Programming and have been developing some JSP and Servlet pages. Is this book ok to use to prepare for the Exam?Can u tell me other resources on the net in this regard.

 
Juan Zhang
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Hi,
I hava been reading a book Core Servlets and JavaServe Pages. this book does not cover all the objective of the SCWCD Exam.Can somebody please tell me which book i should buy next to prepare for the Exam.
Thanks in advance.
Juan
 
Doug Wang
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Originally posted by Marcos Maia:
Hi,
check the JavaRanch links at: http://www.javaranch.com/scwcdlinks.jsp
It's a great help.
regards.

Thank you Marcos. And thank Carl for his great SCWCD links.
These links inlude almost all resources that I need to prepare the exam.
But I wonder which books to follow? When should I use the SCWCD@Whiz test simulator?
Doug.
 
Reda Mokrane
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Hi author,
Is there a quick tutorial included with the SCWCD@Whiz?
Thanks and Regards
Mokrane Reda
 
Ashik Uzzaman
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Yah, there is one tutorial with SCWCD@Whzi that ranchers told abt....
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