This week's book giveaway is in the Reactive Progamming forum. We're giving away four copies of Reactive Streams in Java: Concurrency with RxJava, Reactor, and Akka Streams and have Adam Davis on-line! See this thread for details.
Hi, I cleared the SCWCD exam today with 86%. The break-up of the questions per objective is as follows. 1)The Servlet Technology Model - 6 2)The Web Container Model - 7 3)Session Management -7 4)Web Apllication Security - 6 5)Building JSP pages using EL - 5 6)Building JSP pages using Standard Actions - 4 7)Building JSP pages using Tag Libraries - 8 8)Building a Custom Tag Library - 5 9)J2EEpatterns - 6 10 and 11)The structure and deployment of web application and The JSP Technology Model - 15. I scored full marks in 10 and 11 and missed one question each in rest of the objectives.
I found a mistake in one of the questions. It said about including static content (a HTML page) from a JSP and it had given names of both the files but in all the choices the name of a third file name was there.
For my preparations I used the HFSJ book, read some parts of the specs, referred to Mikalai Zaikin notes (they are good as a lot of stuff is directly picked up from the specs), went through the notes of Frederic Esnault, read Mark Peabody's notes on design patterns(Mark I missed a question ). For mock exams I used JWeb Plus by Enthuware, I found the product very helpful (the pattern of the questions is quite similar to the real exam questions) but it has some typo errors.
I would like to thanks Bert Bates, Kathy Sierra and Bryan Basham for writing a great book, I would also like to thank Mikalai Zaikin Frederic Esnault and Mark Peabody for their wonderful notes, last but not the least I would like to thank all the Ranchers for their help and support.
Originally posted by Mohit Chadha: read Mark Peabody's notes on design patterns(Mark I missed a question ).
Bummer!!! Congrats on passing the exam though.
Well, I'll add your name and beverage to the list of things I need to do before I die. Private Message some info about yourself (like where you are from) to me and I'll see if we can work something out.