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Cleared the Exam today

 
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Hi Everybody:
Cleared the exam today with 91%. The exam is quite straight forward. The questions were from the following topics:
a. A lot of questions from the deployment file.
b. Quite a few from using beans in a JSP file.
c. Simple questions from the Patterns.
d. A couple of them from session and security.
e. One question on Thread Safe
f. A few on custom tag and tag-libraries.
I used the following books:
1. Beginning JSP Web Development (Wrox Series)
2. Core Servlets and Java Server Pages
3. Java Servelets 2.3 (Wrox Series)
4. Miftah Khan's notes.
Preparation Time: 10 days
Relavant Web Development Experience: None
Note:
1. Definitely try to remember the different methods is the different classes and interfaces.
2. Study the DTD for the web.xml file
3. For Patterns, Khan's notes are good, and you could also use Core J2EE Patterns book; just read the ones which are there in the syllabus and Front Component.
Hope the above helps.
Fazal
Sun Certified Programmer for JAVA 2 Platform
Sun Certified Web Component Developer
IBM Certified Developer - XML and Related Technologies.
 
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Congratulations!!!
 
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congrats Fazal.
I like people with concise and clear reports from the examen.
Axel
 
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Congrats.
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Congrats!!
Nice Score!!!
Regards,
Kamran
 
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Congrats:
How can I say? That was a genius.
I've already spent 10 days, and I still have not got the overall picture of the exam, wassup....
Well, just taking my ordinary time.
 
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