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Cleared the SCWCD..HEAD FIRST ROCKS!!

 
aanal jethalia
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hey all....I passed scwcd...got 86%...am very happy....i studied for just 2 weeks...feels like quite an accomplishment....thanks to all at java ranch for their questions and answers...links and replies to all my questions and doubts...

i was promised an apple macbook pro notebook if I clear the exam....can anyone here tell if macbook pro is good for java developers....the configurations look appealing....or should i just stick to dell or probably get viao..bye
 
Celinio Fernandes
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you studied for 2 weeks only ?
Please tell us how much time you spent studying or working with JSP and Servlets before

Congratulations
 
aanal jethalia
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thanks Max....I havent worked a lot in jsp servlets...my focus was more on weblogic workshop....jpfs

I studied for around 6-8 hrs a day everyday...one week i spent in reading head first and another for mock tests...went thru the servlets jstl and jsp specs....and ya i also bought the epractice exam from sun....am not sure if they were really helpful...

also i made notes from each chapter in head first and stick them on walls all over the apartment...it really helped me revise everything i studied...anyway good luck for your test...
 
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congrats, take the macbook
 
Christophe Verré
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Congratulations

For java, anything will do
 
Sreeraj G Harilal
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Congratulations...

Great work.

2 weeks!!!
 
Dilshan Edirisuriya
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Congrats!
 
Tej Gahlot
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Congrats......
Superb Work.. too fast .. too good man .


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Congrates...
 
rishi alagesann
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Congrates...
 
Alim Atar
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Congrats Within 2 weeks Good Score

How much exp u have in this field..?
 
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Efficiently done Aanal!

Bert
 
aanal jethalia
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thanks all....i was thinking of taking this exam almost 6 months back but never got around to finishing all the objectives...i didnt know about Head First until 2 weeks ago....i started reading a few other books....and i was never able to read more than 2-3 chapters and whatever I read always vaporized....i guess i should have done more research on the reading material and also i should have joined javaranch much earlier....i probably might be preparing for a SCBCD test right now anyways....i am happy i found Head First....even if it was just 2 weeks ago...
 
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Congratulations, Aanal! I am glad that the head first style has worked for you. It is truly revolutionary and we can thank Kathy and Bert for bringing to the world.

Best regards,
Bryan
 
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