This is true, but learning Struts will help in understanding some of the patterns mentioned for the exam. This may be a better excersize after passing the exam because there probably aren't many questions that will touch on patterns.
I had some serious reservations about Struts 1.0. However, most of these have been addressed by the new Struts 1.1 (currently in second beta). Although some architectural critiques can still be levelled at it, its benefits in day to day practice are hugely impressive. Greatly recommended as your next step after certification. - Peter
Thanks John, then any bartender move it to more appropriate forum...
Peter den Haan
posted 16 years ago
Thanks GV. If this had been a "how does Struts work" thread, it would've been closed. However, it seems to be more about "how does Struts relate to the SCWCD exam" and that is not a clearly inappropriate topic for this forum. For a long and prosperous life as a bartender, it's best to be non-interventionist in ambiguous cases. After all, this is a Wild West themed community and some folks may be trigger happy - Peter
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