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Passed! Thanks all of the people who evere helped me!

 
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Here, I want to thanks all of the people who ever helped me!
My score is:
General Considerations(maximum = 58): 55
Documentation(maximum = 20): 20
GUI(maximum = 24): 18
Server(maximum = 53): 49
I lost some points on GUI design. I paid a lot attention to the server design, but I ignored the GUI design.
Now I'm a sun certified developer and sun certified web component developer. I get these two certificates include programmer in 3 months.
I have 3-year java and 5-year unix experience. I immigrated to Vancouver Canada at the end of last year. The job market is not good. So I think the certificates should be helpful. I start my job-hunting now. Could anybody tell me which website is good for Java developers?
thanks a again!
Stephen
 
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Check out www.monster.ca and www.javajobs.com
 
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Hi Stephen
Congrats for getting certtified as Java Developer with such good marks.
I need some advice from you.
I am java certified programmer and wants to become certified developer.
Can you tell me how to prepare myself for RMI as I have been working mostly on the client side.
I have understood the concepts of RMI but can not run rmi server due to one or other problem on my win 2000 machine.
Can I request you to forward me any links that can help me. ( tomanishchopra@hotmail.com )
On the server side except RMI what else do I need to study and know.
Thanks in advance for your reply
 
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stephen - Well Done!
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Thanks Pardner!
 
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